Tyler Tech lands $5.5m deal with Madison, Wisconsin

According to an announcement today, Tyler Technologies has signed a deal with Madison, Wisconsin to provide enterprise resource planning and other software to the city. The estimated $5.5 million deal extends Madison’s partnership with Tyler Tech to include both Incode municipal court and Munis ERP solutions, the company said.

Accounting Services Manager Patricia McDermott said the deal would eliminate manual processing and allows employees to spend more time on their department’s mission. “The City of Madison chose Tyler’s integrated solutions because they proactively position the city for the future,” she said in a statement. “By implementing Tyler, the city will be able to offer Web-based services for citizens, vendors and our employees.”

Madison has a range of Incode municipal court and Munis financial, human capital management, content management, and citizen services applications already in place through Tyler. The company’s agreement includes maintenance, support and related professional services, with dedicated on-site implementation services, the company said.

“The fact that Tyler meets the city’s requirements as a single-source provider, from implementation through maintenance, is further evidence of our reputation for providing the systems that local government entities need to better serve the public,” Tyler’s president and CEO John Marr Jr. added.

In 2008, Tyler signed similar deals with Brookfield and Delafield, Wisconsin.