Plano, Texas-based Tyler Technologies has launched a new public safety and justice platform called “Tyler Alliance”. The offering will provide a distributed platform for clients to share public safety and justice data across jurisdictions.
Tyler Alliance will let the public safety and judicial ecosystem, including dispatchers, law enforcement, courts and corrections staff, easily exchange data within the platform. The product is the result of a few strategic acquisitions and an expansion of the criminal justice solution Tyler already offered. The move puts the company into a growing sub-set of the public safety contracting opportunity, where Tyler will compete against offerings like COPSync and GovDelivery’s communications platform.
Core components of the Tyler platform include Tyler’s Odyssey court case management solution; the New World dispatch product; Brazos for officers in the field; Tyler Public Safety records management; Incode municipal court software, and SoftCode civil process software.
Unlike competitors in the space, Tyler Alliance is more heavily focused on public safety administration and case management which sets it apart from the communications-only platforms or those that are more heavily focused on pure policework. The company says it also has plans to continue to add to the platform over time.
The platform will be generally available in May across all existing Tyler customer groups.