Texas-based, public sector technology firm Tyler Technologies, broke ground on a new facility that will serve as its corporate headquarters and house it’s courts division. The 142,000-square-foot corporate and division headquarters is located in Plano, Texas. The company also announced a new contract to modernize enterprise resource planning for the city of Charlotte, North Carolina.
More than 300 current employees, the vast majority of whom will come from the Courts & Justice Division, will office at the new facility. “Tyler Technologies has a long history in the Dallas/Plano area and we are excited to reinforce our commitment to the area with these significant investments,” said John S. Marr Jr., Tyler’s president and CEO.
The 26-acre campus will be surrounded by park-like amenities and include its own fitness center. The company claims that these and other amenities will modernize working conditions for employees and increase productivity. The Courts division most recently announced a $45 million deal with the state of Maryland to modernize its case processing and courts systems.
The Charlotte contract is for an $8 million renovation to the cities 30 year old financial system. The company has approximately 80 other clients throughout the state running the Munis ERP solution which North Carolina chose. The product is specifically designed for local/municipal government functions.
The $8 million contract between Tyler Technologies and Charlotte includes software licensing fees, professional services and implementation for multiple applications, including financial management, procurement and project and grant accounting. Additionally, the contract includes software and services from third-party software providers for airport management and compliance management add-on applications.