Tyler wins court system deal in Texas

Tyler Technologies Inc. has won a $2.8 million contract from Dallas County, Texas, to provide an automated court case management system to support civil and justice of the peace courts, the company announced today.

Tyler of Dallas will implement its Odyssey Case Manager system to manage cases in the county's civil, truancy and Justice of the Peace courts.

The Web-based system will consolidate multiple functions associated with case processing, such as imaging, calendaring, reporting, forms management and accounting.

Dallas County, which has a population of more than 2.2 million, is the ninth-largest county in the nation. The county's annual budget is $700 million.

Tyler offers information management solutions and services to local government. The company has 1,200 employees and annual sales of $145.5 million, according to Hoover's Online of Austin, Texas.

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