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Tyler Technologies Wins $1.6 Million Multi-Solution Contract

Moore County has contracted for several of Tyler's Munis revenue applications including NC Tax and Motor Vehicle Billing

Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) has reached an agreement with Moore County, North Carolina, for the purchase of Tyler's Munis and iasWorld software. This multi-solution contract is valued at approximately $1.6 million.

Moore County has contracted for several of Tyler's Munis revenue applications, including North Carolina Tax and Motor Vehicle Billing. Additionally, it has selected the Web-based Citizen Self Service application, which provides citizens with the capability to pay tax bills online. For assessment software, the County has chosen Tyler's iasWorld solution, a fully integrated system that includes CAMA (computer aided mass appraisal), assessment administration, and inquiry & appeals tracking.

“This new software system will eliminate many manual processes, and some very outdated systems in our County, leapfrogging us into a fully automated set of processes that link and integrate multiple departments,” commented Moore County Manager Cary McSwain. “This will enable us to become more effective, efficient, accessible, and responsive both internally and externally as we address the needs of citizens in our daily functions. The County is very excited about this new venture with Tyler and looks forward to its full implementation in the next 24-36 months.” McSwain added that Tyler’s experience in the public sector, along with its strong customer base in North Carolina, were key factors in the County’s choice of Tyler.

"With this contract Tyler continues a long-standing track record of providing its industry-leading solutions in North Carolina,” said John S. Marr, Jr., president and CEO of Tyler Technologies. “These solutions offer the ideal combination to meet Moore County's specific tax collection and assessment needs. The fact that Tyler meets the County's requirements as a single-source provider is further evidence of our reputation for providing the systems that local government entities seek to better serve the public," he added.

Moore County, formed in 1784, was named for Alfred Moore, an officer in the American Revolutionary War and associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The County is known mainly for prestigious golf resorts in the Southern Pines/Pinehurst area, and played host to the 1999 and 2005 Men's U.S. Opens. Many celebrities frequent the area or own private homes, including Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, and Sean Connery. The County’s population is approximately 85,600 and the county seat is in Carthage.

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 enable 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 8,000 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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