According to a release by Tyler Technologies, Putnam County, Tennessee has hired the company to implement a court case management solution for its juvenile and circuit court systems. The five-year deal will replace Putnam’s fifteen-year-old system based on a subscription-model to license and maintain the new software.
Randy Porter, director of technology for Putnam County EMS/911 said the solution was chosen because of its reputation and because the pricing model fit the budgetary realities of the County.
“Many jurisdictions across the country need truly integrated justice systems, but in the past have been limited to solutions with narrow functionality or dated technology,” Bruce Graham, president of Tyler’s Courts & Justice Division, said in a statement. “With the Odyssey product suite, Putnam County can take advantage of a truly integrated system that provides comprehensive functionality of the full life-cycle of a case.”
Putnam County has approximately 66,000 residents.