Tyler Technologies, a Dallas, Texas-based technology firm has reached a nearly $2 million agreement with Lucas County, Ohio for Tyler’s iasWorld property assessment and taxation software solution. The county said that it chose the firm for its broad range of data management functions.
The project will provide the county with the ability to handle computer-assisted mass appraisals, assessment administration, tax billing and collections as well as delinquent tax processing. The county will be using iasWorld in conjunction with Tyler’s Field Manager and Appeals Tracker modules for in-field appraisals and managing taxpayer communications.
The company has a 75 year relationship with Ohio government offices. Lucas County is part of the Toledo Metropolitan Area, and the solution will serve over the population of over 400,000 that live there.
“We are pleased Lucas County selected us, and we look forward to a long partnership with the Auditor and county,” Andrew D. Teed, president of Tyler’s Appraisal & Tax Division said in a statement.