Signs $2m contracts with cities of Asheville and Binghamton
Tyler Technologies has signed a $2 million worth contracts to implement its financial management solution for the cities of Asheville, North Carolina, and Binghamton, New York.
The two contracts include software licenses, corresponding professional services, maintenance and support.
The company said that Asheville plans to deploy a package of its Munis financial applications, and human resource-related applications such as payroll with employee self service. They will also use utility billing, work orders, and fleet and facilities.
The company also said that Binghamton has also invested in Munis financial applications and has opted to deploy its Tyler applications using the role-tailored dashboard option. In addition to implementing Tyler Cashiering, both cities will enhance its reporting with Governmental Accounting Standards Board 34 reporter and business objects.
Richard Peterson, Jr, president of Munis financial management solutions at Tyler Technologies, said: Tyler’s financial management solution will provide both Binghamton and Asheville with the enhanced integration they require to operate at higher levels of efficiency. Our software solution will enable them to share data throughout their organization, as well as give them premium reporting tools.