Tyler inks three software deals in Ohio

Tyler Technologies Inc. has signed contracts with three counties in Ohio to provide enterprise resource planning software to handle financial and administrative functions of government.

Under the contracts, Tyler of Dallas will furnish a full suite of software solutions for financial, revenue and billing, payroll and human resources, and reporting and management functions.

Along with the software package, the company also will supply related professional services and ongoing support.

The contracts with Fairfield, Lake County and Hancock counties total $1.6 million.

Tyler, which offers services and technology solutions to local governments, has more than 6,000 customers throughout the country.

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