• Okaloosa County Receives Tyler Award for Jury Innovation

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    May 17, 2021
    Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL)  is proud to announce its 2021 Tyler Public Sector Excellence Award winners. The company selected 31 public sector clients as winners from a broad and diverse field of applicants after demonstrating their excellence in developing, deploying, or maintaining Tyler solutions within their jurisdictions in innovative ways.
     
    Tyler's excellence awards were announced at this year's annual Tyler Connect user conference, which was attended virtually by more than 5,000 clients. Tyler Connect offered more than 600 classes for attendees, and allowed clients to network with peers, share best practices, and learn new processes related to their Tyler solutions.

    "Our Tyler Excellence Award winners continue to raise the bar on using technology to create real change in their communities, and this year was no different," said Lynn Moore, president and chief executive officer of Tyler. "We are proud to recognize these clients for their excellence in making their jurisdictions more vibrant, more efficient, and more productive."

    These jurisdictions were recognized for their significant commitment to public service and striving for greater efficiency and effectiveness in serving their communities. 

    Appraisal & Tax Winners
    DeKalb County Tax Commissioner's Office, Georgia
    Fort Bend Central Appraisal District, Texas

    Civic Services Winners
    City of McKinney, Texas
    City of Temecula, California

    Courts & Justice Winners
    City of Victoria Municipal Court, Texas
    Denton County, Justice of the Peace Precinct 2, Texas
    Indiana Supreme Court Office of Judicial Administration, Indiana
    Superior Court of California, County of Placer
    Williamson County Justice Technology Team, Texas
     
    Cybersecurity Winner
    Richland County School District One, South Carolina

    Data & Insights Winners
    City and County of San Francisco, California
    Pierce County, Washington
    Ramsey County, Minnesota
    State of Connecticut

    ERP Winners
    Benton County, Oregon
    City of Santa Monica, California
    City of Tulsa, Oklahoma
    New Castle County, Delaware
    Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
    Town of Davie - Purchasing Division, Florida

    Land & Official Records Winner
    Washtenaw County Clerk/Register, Michigan

    Platform Technologies Winner
    Chainbridge Solutions, Fairfax, Virginia

    Public Safety Winners
    Cheyenne Police Department, Wyoming
    City of Salina Police Department, Kansas
    Hays County, Texas

    Schools Winners
    Belleville Township High School District 201, Illinois
    Detroit Public Schools Community District, Michigan
    Fort Mill School District, South Carolina
    Mission Consolidated Independent School District, Texas
    Township High School District 214, Illinois

    Tyler's Excellence Award submissions were evaluated by a diverse panel of Tyler leadership and judged on the following criteria:
    Organizational efficiency and productivity
    Organizational responsiveness to employees, vendors, or citizens
    Business value
    Innovation in using Tyler applications or services in unique ways
    Relevance to other organizations using Tyler solutions
    COVID-19 response in handling transitions, changes, and/or other effects from the pandemic
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