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November 19, 2012
19:31 EDTTYLTyler Technologies CEO lowers stake to 1.8%, Barron's reports
John Marr, president and CEO of Tyler Technologies (TYL), sold 120,000 shares of Tyler stock November 16 at an average price of $46.08 per share, though this sale is not seen as raising red flags with analysts, according to a report from Barron's. The report cites InsiderScore analyst Sean MacNeal, who said that Marr's previous sales haven't "shadowed any weakness" in the company, and although Tyler provided Q4 guidance that came in below consensus estimates, MacNeal says Marr's sale "is of little concern to us right now." Shares of Tyler traded higher during today's session, settling up $1.12, or 2.43%, to $47.14. Reference Link
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July 29, 2014
09:17 EDTTYLTyler Technologies' Odyssey system selected by Superior Court of CA
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July 23, 2014
16:32 EDTTYLTyler Technologies sees FY14 adjusted EPS $1.95-$2.02, consensus $1.87
Sees FY14 revenues $482M-$489M, consensus $476.61M. Capital expenditures are expected to be between $12.0M-$13.0M.
16:30 EDTTYLTyler Technologies reports Q2 adjusted EPS 52c, consensus 45c
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July 17, 2014
09:19 EDTTYLTyler signs agreement with New Port Richey, Florida
Tyler Technologies has signed an agreement with the city of New Port Richey, Florida, for Tylerís Munis enterprise resource planning and EnerGov permitting, licensing and planning solutions. The agreement includes software licenses, related professional services, maintenance and support. The city chose core Munis applications, including financial management, human capital management and content management. The EnerGov solution includes permitting, regulatory management, land use planning, GIS mapping and self-service for citizens and employees. EnerGov includes a mobile application suite so New Port Richey employees can more easily manage code enforcement and field inspections while away from the office. As part of the Munis and EnerGov implementation, Tyler will work closely with the city to apply best practices, improve operational efficiency and effectiveness, enhance interdepartmental workflow and communication, and boost public access to city information and online services.
July 15, 2014
09:20 EDTTYLTyler selected by Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
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