|Bid||184.900 x 800|
|Ask||185.260 x 1400|
|Day's Range||184.20 - 186.68|
|52 Week Range||173.26 - 252.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.97|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||42.02|
|Earnings Date||Feb 19, 2019 - Feb 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||228.33|
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) was recently named to Forbes’ Best Employers for Diversity list for 2019. The list recognized 500 companies for their representation of diversity in their U.S. operations. This is the second year for the list to come out and the first time Tyler received this recognition.
Add Loudoun to the list of local jurisdictions making the switch to a paperless development review process. Loudoun County is investing $12 million into a digital land management software system that will replace an antiquated paper-based system, with expectations of rolling it out by the first quarter of 2021. Loudoun is one of several counties implementing electronic plan review systems, including Arlington County and Fairfax County, which is transitioning to an online system developed by Arizona-based Avolve.
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) announced today the Fulton County Magistrate Court has successfully gone live with Tyler’s Modria® online dispute resolution (ODR) software. Fulton County, which includes Atlanta, is the first court in Georgia to use this innovative technology. “Fulton County is the most populous county in the state of Georgia and, if you’ve ever been to Atlanta, you know the traffic affects everyone.
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) announced today that 15 Georgia counties, including four of the six largest in the state, have successfully gone live with Tyler’s re:Search®GA portal. “This is an innovative tool, and we are excited to provide simple and secure access to court documents for the legal community and constituents for all courts in DeKalb County,” said Debra DeBerry, Clerk of Superior Court of DeKalb County.
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The annual list is published by Government Technology magazine, a division of e.Republic Inc., and recognizes 100 companies focused on making a difference in state and local government agencies across the United States. This is the third consecutive year Tyler has been selected. “We are honored to receive this recognition from such a well-respected magazine focusing on the public sector,” said Tyler Technologies President and CEO Lynn Moore.
Tyler Technologies has been beaten up enough by investors, and now deserves more attention – especially given its acquisition activity and historical growth, an analyst says. The Plano company (NYSE: TYL), which provides software for governments, got an upgrade to “buy” from “neutral” from analysts at D.A. Davidson in a recent research note. It comes as the stock fell more than 25 percent in the past three months through Friday's close, compared to 21 percent for the tech-heavy Nasdaq. “Tyler is one of the clear leaders in public sector software, where the unique demands of the public sector act as a barrier to entry for many competitors,” the analysts said.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has added redaction functionality to its eFileTexas™ and re:SearchTX™ portals used by the state of Texas. The addition of redaction capabilities affords legal professionals using eFileTexas the ability to keep sensitive case information private when electronically filing. “Incorporating redaction services into the e-filing solution should enhance the simplicity of the e-filing process by attorneys and other legal professionals, while keeping sensitive information private,” said Terry Derrick, general manager of eSolutions for Tyler.
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Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has signed an agreement with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) in San Francisco, California, for Tyler’s Socrata® Connected Government Cloud (SCGC) solution. The MTC will use this advanced internal data sharing approach to empower its users to access a single source of trusted data and securely share analysis, visualizations, and performance measurements across multiple departments and programs.
The year may be drawing to a close, but Plano-based Tyler Technologies just completed another acquisition — and a key executive signaled the company isn't done shopping.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has acquired SceneDoc, Inc., a company that provides mobile-first, software-as-a-service (SaaS) field reporting for law enforcement agencies. “We are pleased to add SceneDoc to the Tyler family, enhancing our public safety offerings through a mobile-first approach,” said Lynn Moore, president and chief executive officer of Tyler. “Public safety continues to embrace new approaches and tools which keep officers engaged with their communities, and this aligns well with Tyler’s vision for empowering smarter, safer, and more vibrant communities.
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This agreement adds to Tyler’s existing relationship with the Northern Tier counties in Pennsylvania for Tyler’s New World public safety computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system. “We’re pleased to continue working with Tyler to implement a robust records management system and mobile reporting offering for the Northern Tier,” said Mike McAllister, director of emergency services, Elk County Office of Emergency Services, which is the acting fiduciary for all software involving the consortium.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has signed an agreement with the Bi-County Police Information Network (BiPIN) for Tyler’s New World Mobile™, New World Enterprise Records Management System™ (RMS), New World Corrections™, and field reporting public safety solutions. Through the agreement, BiPIN will leverage Tyler’s New World public safety software to modernize, streamline efficiencies, and improve workflows for eight law enforcement agencies in eastern Washington.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that it has signed an agreement with Bell County, Texas, for Tyler’s Odyssey Case Manager™ solution. All courts in Bell County will use the solution to build workflow, automate processes, and support pre-trial office procedures. Bell County’s previous case management solution had been in place for more than 25 years but was not able to keep up with the evolving needs of the county’s staff or its constituents.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced it has signed an agreement with Loudoun County, Virginia, for Tyler’s EnerGov™ civic services solution. The county will replace its 20-year-old legacy land management information system with the EnerGov Community Development suite to streamline and automate its enterprise land management, permitting, and development review process. “Loudoun County is looking forward to an overall enhanced user experience through Tyler’s EnerGov solution,” said Loudoun County Assistant County Administrator Kenny Young, who also serves as the project executive overseeing the implementation for the county.
Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) has been named a 2018 Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press in the large company category, which includes companies with 500 or more employees. This is the second time Tyler’s Troy office has been included in the rankings, and the first time in the large company category. “Tyler is honored to receive this recognition for the second consecutive year,” said Greg Sebastian, president of Tyler’s Public Safety Division.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that Multnomah County, Oregon, has successfully gone live with the core functions of Tyler’s Orion™ appraisal and tax administration software solution. In the coming months, the county and Tyler will continue to expand on the capabilities in the software, including the implementation of Orion Field Mobile™. With a population of more than 800,000, Multnomah County is the state’s largest county, and home to Portland.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced today that its Socrata Data Academy, a nationwide initiative to enable government leaders and information workers with the skills and tactics to put data to use to impact their governments, has expanded with additional training offerings. Socrata Data Academy provides government leaders and employees with the strategies, tools, and skills they need to make public institutions more effective. This service offers courses that are designed for seasoned analysts looking to develop skills in machine learning, as well as programs for newcomers to data analysis.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) will be attending three investor conferences in November and December 2018. Brian K. Miller, Tyler’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, will participate in a fireside chat on Tuesday, November 13, at 11:00 a.m. PST at the UBS Global Technology Conference at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, California.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) announced the successful go lives of Tyler’s EnerGov™ civic services solution for Riverside and Los Angeles counties in California, following complex, multi-year implementations. Riverside County is the tenth most populous county in the U.S. Its Transportation & Land Management Agency (TLMA) serves as the umbrella agency for the Building & Safety, Code Enforcement, Planning, and Transportation departments. Together, with the Riverside County Fire Department, they worked to find an enterprise solution for their land management needs.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL) has been named a “2018 Best of Lubbock” winner by the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. The company was recognized as the runner-up for Best Workplace and as the winner for Best Computer Technology Company. “Awards like this underscore our commitment to maintaining a strong, positive culture in the Lubbock office, and we strive to hire genuine, hardworking, and caring people.