Yuma and Coconino counties in Arizona have purchased property tax assessment and appraisal solutions from Tyler Technologies, the company announced today. The $1.2 million deal will help the counties improve tax appraisal management and allow better access to records and documents, officials said.
Yuma and Coconino will both implement Tyler’s Eagle Assessor, Appraiser, Treasurer and Web applications to manage the administration, billing and collection of property taxes. In addition, Yuma will begin using Tyler’s Recorder and Quickdocs applications, a part of Tyler’s Land & Vital Records solution suite. Yuma County Assessor Joe Wehrle said the new software would greatly improve their existing workflow and management capabilities.
Coconino County is the second largest county by land area in the lower forty-eight states, second only to San Bernardino County, California. County Assessor Christine Mazon said the single vendor solution would better handle the needs of the assessor and treasurer in managing the county’s estimated 128,000 residents.
“Now, with Tyler’s Recorder system already in place, we have full integration among all three departments,” she said in a statement.
“These time efficiencies will allow our staff to be more productive and add more properties to the tax roll. The ability to better track new construction will enable us to collect additional property taxes into the future,” Coconino County treasurer Bonny Lynn added.