Tyler Technologies, a provider of information management services, has signed a contract with the State of North Dakota Unified Judicial Branch for the implementation of its courts and justice services in district courts across the state.
The agreement, which is valued at $6.35m, includes software licenses, corresponding professional services, ongoing maintenance and support.
Tyler has said its Odyssey Case Manager system will expedite court administration for the state’s seven judicial districts, which serve all 53 counties, by easing the management of and access to case information.
The courts will also deploy the Financial Manager product center to track financial data for court offices, while the Public Access feature is expected to make courts and justice information available to citizens online.
Bruce Graham, president of courts and justice solutions at Tyler, said: Tyler’s courts and justice solution will drive the North Dakota Unified Judicial Branch’s efforts to bring its case management to the next level, as well as provide constituents with easy access to court information. We are pleased to have been selected and look forward to implementing our proven solution at district courts across the state.