Tyler Technologies Wins Public Safety Software Contract in Midwest City, Oklahoma

DALLAS — (BUSINESS WIRE) — April 9, 2010 — Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) has reached an agreement with the City of Midwest City, Oklahoma, for the purchase of its Tyler Public Safety solution—broadening Tyler’s Public Safety client base in Oklahoma. The solution’s applications include Tyler’s Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), Jail & Property Management, Mobile Citations, and Records Management.

As part of the contract, the Municipal Court of Midwest City has also purchased Tyler’s Incode Court Case Management, a fully integrated, graphical application that provides case management, document processing, and cash and bond management.

“While these departments have a way to communicate with each other, it doesn’t work very well because they each have different and antiquated software,” noted Midwest City Information Technology (IT) Supervisor Allen Stephenson. “With Tyler Public Safety and Tyler’s Incode Court Case Management, everyone involved will be operating on the same integrated solution, making the whole process more efficient.”

Tyler’s solution will allow City departments to track information from the first 911 call to the response from Police and/or Fire, and then in some cases all the way into municipal court proceedings. “From an IT perspective, this software makes it easier to support these departments,” Stephenson stated. “It will give them more functionality, better reporting and will allow them all to share their information.”

Tyler’s Public Safety products are used around the country by police, sheriff, tribal police, transit authority police, and postal police departments, as well fire and rescue units. They offer mobile communications, comprehensive records management, GIS systems to track mobile unit activity, and business and residential alarm system registration. The solution conforms to Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) standards and integrates with the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

“Midwest City recognizes that selecting the right tools for the job is critical, especially when the safety of citizens, law enforcement officials, and fire and rescue personnel is at stake,” commented Brett Cate, president of Tyler’s Local Government Division. “With Tyler’s solutions, Midwest City will realize better integration and management of its public safety operations and improved access to records and documents. We are pleased to provide the City with solutions that will improve department efficiencies and help its public safety employees better serve their citizens.”

Located in the heart of Oklahoma, Midwest City is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, just eight miles from that capital city. With a population of 56,400 it is the seventh largest city in the state. Incorporated in 1943, it lies immediately north of Tinker Air Force Base, the largest single-site employer in Oklahoma.

Based in Dallas, Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments. Tyler partners with clients to empower the public sector–cities, counties, schools and other government entities–to become more efficient, more accessible, and more responsive to the needs of citizens. Tyler’s client base includes more than 9,000 local government offices throughout all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom. Tyler has been named one of “America’s 200 Best Small Companies” for three consecutive years by Forbes Magazine. More information about Tyler Technologies can be found at www.tylertech.com.

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