Tyler wins Texas county court software deal

Tyler Technologies Inc. has won a $2.5 million contract from the city of Arlington, Texas, to install a municipal court case management system.

Tyler will provide software licenses, professional services, maintenance and support for its Incode court case management system, the company announced in a news release.

The system not only tracks the progress of court cases but also documents processing and manages cash and bonds related to cases.

The city will also receive additional applications related to report writing, secure signatures and form overlays.

Members of the judiciary, court clerks, police officers and attorneys will use the court case management system, the company said.

The city of Arlington has 367,000 residents.

Tyler, of Dallas, provides information management solutions and services to local governments.

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