Tyler Technologies to revamp digital services for California State Parks

The tech firm Tyler Technologies announced it secured an eight-year contract with the California Department of Parks and Recreation.
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Tyler Technologies on Tuesday announced that the California Department of Parks and Recreation signed an eight-year agreement with the firm to improve the state’s park reservation system using its Outdoor Recreation tool, becoming a one-stop shop for California State Parks’ digital services.

The new platform builds off Tyler’s recreation management system, used by California State Parks since 2016, to help users explore parks, reserve campsites and buy day passes. The company’s Outdoor Recreation software offers offers a single website for California state park use — everything from reservation booking to transactions.

Tyler Technologies claims 11,500 government agencies as customers. The Texas firm provides a wide range of digital services, from permit application portals to enterprise resource planning software.

Corrected Feb. 20, 2024: A mention of Tyler Technologies software’s involvement in a cyberattack was removed from this story for being misleading.

Sophia Fox-Sowell

Written by Sophia Fox-Sowell

Sophia Fox-Sowell reports on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and government regulation for StateScoop. She was previously a multimedia producer for CNET, where her coverage focused on private sector innovation in food production, climate change and space through podcasts and video content. She earned her bachelor’s in anthropology at Wagner College and master’s in media innovation from Northeastern University.

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