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Metservice Wise System Wins Award

Metservice Wise System Wins Award

At the 2006 Computerworld Excellence Awards winners announced 21st July.
MetService won an award for its Weather Information Service Engine (WISE) system.

The WISE system is a content management system interfacing databases and templates to produce web-based displays of weather and related information such as is available at WISE won the award for 'Excellence in the use of Information Technology for Customer Service', sponsored by Icon Recruitment.

"Our team are passionate about delivering quality information", commented MetService Chief Information officer, Russell Turner. "We enjoy getting the information into a form that best suits our client's needs, and the WISE system has been developed specifically to do this."

Russell added that "the award sits well next to the Wellington Exporter of the Year award we won recently".


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