Computer Business Review

Tulsa County selects Tyler's ERP software

CBR Staff Writer

18:30, November 20 2007

Tyler Technologies, a provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments, has reached an agreement with the Board of County Commissioners of Tulsa County, Oklahoma, to provide its Munis financial management solution.

Valued at approximately $1.3 million, the contract includes ongoing maintenance and associated professional services. Tulsa County has purchased Munis core financials, as well as software applications from the revenue and human resource product suites. Additionally, the County will employ several integrated Munis solutions - Business Objects, Content Management, and Self Service - to bring greater efficiency to its operations. With Tulsa County's current system, real-time reporting is not an option and custom reports require extensive programming - typically days - to create. This will change with the implementation of Tyler's system, as will redundant data entry, which will decrease due to the full integration.

Tom Trimble, director of MIS department at Tulsa County, said: Our legacy system has served us well over the last 27 years and we felt strongly that we want to enter into a mutually beneficial partnership that would still be with us in another 27-plus year. Tyler's Munis solution offers the functionality and ease of use that is important to us. We also appreciate that Tyler's development team is proactive in the creation of a .net framework release, demonstrating its commitment to its ERP solution, as well as its longevity.


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