Tyler Technologies announces first major NIC deal in Colorado
Executives praised the agreement's "unique" funding model, which uses transaction fees to subsidize the state's costs over the next decade.
Tyler buys police 'transparency' software firm as expansion continues
The civic-tech giant is growing again with the purchase of Detroit-based Arx, which makes data tools used by police departments.
Tyler Technologies grows again with purchase of jail tech vendor
The ever-growing government IT vendor announced an $84 million deal to acquire VendEngine, which makes a variety of software used by incarcerated people.
Des Moines, Iowa, plans $2 million licensing software upgrade
The Iowa capital is replacing a 20-year-old system with new software that will enable residents to conduct more than 70 types of transactions online.
Tyler Technologies buys teacher tracking, veterans' claims software firms
The government IT provider, which recently purchased rival NIC Inc., has announced the acquisition of two additional subsidiaries.
Tyler Technologies to buy digital government vendor NIC for $2.3 billion
The deal is by far the biggest in Tyler's corporate history, and gives the civic tech vendor a doorway into statewide contracting.
Texas courts sign $98M contract with Tyler Technologies for case filing
The contract, which will keep Tyler as the state's electronic filing vendor through 2027, is the biggest in the company's history.
Tyler Technologies customers report suspicious logins after ransomware attack
The company is telling its local-government customers to revoke credentials used by its technicians for remote access.
Tyler Technologies confirms cyberattack was ransomware
The company said it has no evidence the attack spread beyond internal networks to its local-government clients.