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February 19, 2013
09:21 EDTTYLTyler Technologies applications selected by city of Mesquite, Texas
Tyler Technologies announced that the city of Mesquite, Texas, chose its Incode court case management and Munis enterprise resource planning, or ERP, solutions to replace multiple standalone information systems, and to create efficiencies across the city's 16 departments. The agreement includes related professional services, training and support. The city chose Tyler's integrated ERP and court case management solutions for their ease of use, broader functionality and deeper reporting capabilities, and expects to improve overall functionality and increase the number of users that interact with the systems. Incode and Munis are contemporary, long-term solutions for the city, which currently uses aging applications that in many cases are no longer supported by their providers.
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August 20, 2015
09:20 EDTTYLTyler Technologies' Odyssey solution selected by Superior Court of California
Tyler Technologie has signed an agreement with the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino, to implement Tyler's Odyssey court case management software solution for all of its remaining case types, including civil, family, juvenile and probate.
August 18, 2015
09:18 EDTTYLTyler's EnerGov platform selected by Maui County, Hawaii
Tyler Technologies has signed an agreement with Maui County, Hawaii, for its EnerGov planning, regulatory and maintenance platform. The agreement includes software licenses, implementation, project management and support. As a modern permitting and land management platform, EnerGov will help the county automate permit submission, processing and workflows, as well as provide electronic plan reviews. As part of the MAPPS project, EnerGov will also deliver citizen self-service, reduce manual data entry, and give county staff mobile capabilities so they can work from the field.

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