Dallas-based Tyler Technologies received accolades today for their eRecording solution from the New Mexico Technology Council. And they landed a $1.48 million contract in Tippecanoe County, Indiana to complete the residential and agricultural property review scheduled to begin in July and run through 2011.
The NMTC is New Mexico’s largest technology advocacy group and they awarded Bernalillo County for their implementation of Tyler’s electronic recording solution, which allows title companies and banks to record documents using the Internet.
“Bernalillo County’s use of Tyler’s eRecording has grown by leaps and bounds since its implementation. During the first month our office had about 200 documents filed electronically. In February of 2009, that number rose to 2,200 documents,” noted County Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver.
Bernalillo County has invested heavily in Tyler products, having bought their property tax assessment and courts software, as well as property appraisal services for the state’s largest county with more than 600,000 residents. The county covers 1, 200 miles and includes Albuquerque as the county seat.
“The County’s success in automating its land records and its commitment to providing excellent service to its citizens is commendable. Tyler is gratified that our solution has contributed to Bernalillo County’s success,” Brett Cate, president of Tyler’s Eagle Solutions said in a company announcement.
Tyler Technologies’ client base includes more than 8,000 local government offices throughout all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom.