Tyler Technologies continues to land deals in the education sector, announcing today a contract with the Contra Costa County Office of Education to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Through Tyler’s Munis ERP solution, CCCOE and its 15 member districts will have access to a variety of financial, human capital management and content management business processes, the company said Tuesday.
CCCOE is home to over 160,000 K-12 students. And according to the Office’s associate superintendent of business, Bill Clark, Tyler Tech performed a weeklong demonstration of the Munis ERP system. Clark says the new system could mean huge savings through reduced annual software maintenance and support costs.
“The implementation of Tyler’s Munis ERP solution will provide significant opportunities to modernize financial functions, improve budget and position monitoring, and more effectively use technologies such as automated workflow and document imaging that we could not take advantage of with our previous system,” Clark said in a statement. “Additionally, we expect our investment in Munis will reduce CCCOE’s annual software maintenance and support costs by approximately fifty percent after implementation.”
In a previous conversation with CivSource, Tyler Pulse division President Mark Rigsby spoke about the company’s education-specific offerings, including data warehousing and longitudinal data systems. To read more, click here.