Texas-based Tyler Technologies has launched data capture products for its appraisal and tax solutions. The new product offering was announced at The International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) annual conference in Indianapolis.
The web-based application integrates with Tyler’s iasWorld and Orion software, which includes functionality for computer-assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) and tax billing and collections. The data capture offering can work with structured and unstructured data. Tyler says that it will cut down on manual data entry and provides more ways for jurisdictions to communicate with taxpayers.
Columbus Consolidated Government in Columbus, Georgia, recently upgraded the tax and appraisal systems with iasWorld. The local government has been using tax and appraisal software from Tyler since 1992. The upgrade allowed Columbus Consolidated to remove redundant processes and increased online access to real-time data for assessors and taxpayers.
Columbus Consolidated is also creating a uniform process for its parcel assessments. That work is expected to be complete countywide by 2017.