Tyler wins software deal with Calif. city

Tyler Technologies Inc. has won a five-year, $3.3 million contract to provide financial software applications to Richmond, Calif.

Under the contract, Tyler will deliver its financial management software and provide hosting services.

The city will receive a full suite of Tyler's Munis financial and human resources applications, the company said.

Richmond, Calif., home to 103,000 people, is located northeast of San Francisco in Contra Costa County.

Tyler, based in Dallas, offers information management services and solutions to local governments. The company's client list includes more than 6,000 local government offices throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

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