|Bid||257.86 x 1300|
|Ask||258.07 x 1100|
|Day's Range||255.20 - 258.97|
|52 Week Range||173.26 - 261.70|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.78|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||79.03|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that the city of St. Petersburg, Florida, is building on the success of its Socrata®-powered StPeteStat open data portal and expanding its data program to equip 18 city departments with modern data analytics strategies to improve program performance and service delivery. St. Petersburg’s performance program currently includes 349 measures involving 12 departments, and six additional departments are slated to join the program this year. “StPeteStat is one of our many success stories,” said St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman.
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has signed an agreement with the city of Pembroke Pines, Florida, for Tyler’s Munis® enterprise resource planning (ERP), EnerGov™ civic services, and ExecuTime™ time and attendance solutions. Currently, the city uses roughly 200 legacy software applications and manual processes to perform core business functions, including utility billing, budgeting, human resources, permitting, cashiering, work orders, and more. The software applications supporting these functions are technologically out of date and have limitations in their capabilities, leading to duplication of efforts and data across systems.
Tyler Alliance connects the county’s public safety department with the court to save them both time
The school district will use several Versatrans modules including e-Link, Onscreen, My Stop, and Triptracker to manage its fleet of school buses. OCPS is the fourth largest school district in the state and includes 196 schools serving a student population of 69,000. OCPS underwent an extensive RFP process to evaluate vendors that would help bring efficiency in routing and product integration to the district.
The department will use the case management system to manage juvenile probation and will enable automated offender check-in for adult probation. The Alameda County Probation Department spans 13 cities and serves a population of 8,000 adult probation and 600 post-release supervision clients.
Districts will be using Tyler’s Munis solution to streamline workflow processes and modernize operations
Tyler Technologies (TYL) subsidiary MicroPact, the passion and technology that’s transforming government, today announced that the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WI DHS) will develop their new Children’s Program Intake Platform (CPIP) on entellitrak®, the low-code application development platform. CPIP will provide a single entry point to automate eligibility determination and enrollment administration for three statewide programs benefitting children with delays or disabilities: The Katie Beckett program, the Children’s Long-Term Support (CLTS) program, and the Children’s Community Options Program (CCOP).
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) announced today that the state of Texas’ re:Search®TX legal research website, which is powered by Tyler, has added a variety of new capabilities. The re:SearchTX online database is a single source for civil, family, and probate case information across all of the state’s 254 counties. The new services, which are part of Tyler’s Premium and Pro offerings for re:SearchTX, include the ability to perform full-text searching across more than 7 million court documents for keywords, as well as the ability to set up email alerts to monitor cases, parties, and custom search criteria.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that San Mateo County, California, launched the Socrata® Connected Government Cloud (SCGC) solution. This technology enables county staff to manage and analyze vast amounts of government data to measure performance, shape policy, and engage the public. SCGC, an advanced internal data-sharing solution purpose-built for government, will provide the county with a centralized platform where it can securely manage and interpret disparate data.
Tyler Technologies (TYL) subsidiary MicroPact, the passion and technology that’s transforming government, has been named to the Washington Post’s list of Top Workplaces for the 4th time since 2015. The Washington Post bases its Top Workplace list on an independent, confidential survey of employees. Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, MicroPact delivers case management solutions tailored to the needs of state and federal government agencies.
Guilford County has a population of more than 500,000 people, making it the third largest county in North Carolina. The county looked for a more comprehensive solution that could manage financial and human capital information and selected Tyler’s Munis solution to bring needed improvements.
Each city was looking for a solution that would provide a better citizen engagement tool for their communities. City staff wanted an app that citizens can easily use on a day-to-day basis to connect with their local government, and ultimately selected Tyler’s MyCivic offering.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today a groundbreaking initiative from the city of Seattle, Washington, powered by its Socrata® Open Data solution, to improve parking throughout the city. The initiative, which has been underway for the past two years, is based on analysis of a new public dataset that chronicles transactions of the city’s 12,000 paid on-street spaces. The dataset dates back to 2012, with updates as recent as the past 48 hours, and includes 11 million annual transactions with information on start and end time, the purchase amount, and the block, but does not contain personal information about drivers.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that three tech-savvy high school students from across Maine were recently selected as winners of the 2019 Tyler Technologies Maine App Challenge, a contest that encourages students to develop a mobile application and create a video to showcase their design. The winners received scholarships totaling $10,000, which were presented at an awards ceremony held at Tyler’s Yarmouth, Maine, office on June 15, 2019.
The Yolo Superior Court determined that its current vendor was no longer meeting the court’s evolving needs for court case management. The court selected Tyler because of its well-known court case management presence, maturity, and experience specifically in California.
Baton Rouge’s legacy solution, consisting of several disparate systems with limited software integration, data extraction, and connectivity capabilities, was in place for more than 25 years. Baton Rouge selected Munis and ExecuTime as the solutions to meet these evolving needs following an extensive procurement process, during which Baton Rouge representatives conducted significant research into and reviewed first-hand ERP solutions deployed in other municipal markets.