Tyler Technologies Unit Awarded Contract for Financial Management System For City of Seaside, California

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from Tyler Technologies, Inc.

    DALLAS, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:   TYL)
 announced today that its INCODE unit has entered into a contract to provide
 its InVision integrated suite of financial, human resources and utilities
 software applications and related services to the city of Seaside, California.
 The contract represents the first installation of InVision in the California
 municipal government market, one that the Company had identified as a target
 for expansion in 2001.  Seaside is located on the Monterrey Peninsula and has
 a population of nearly 40,000.
     InVision is Tyler Technologies' new Windows-based suite of applications
 for medium-sized municipal and county governments.  InVision is supported on
 Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Novell networks.  The InVision suite includes
 Financials, Payroll and Personnel, Utility Customer Information System, Code
 Enforcement and Municipal Court applications.
     "We expect that the successful implementation of our new InVision product
 in Seaside will open the door to many new opportunities in the State of
 California," said Steve Nieman, President of Tyler's INCODE division.  "We
 have already proven our ability to quickly establish a presence in new
 geographic areas, leverage our high level of customer satisfaction and gain
 market share."
     Seaside Finance Director Paul Wood cited the reporting flexibility and
 architectural stability of InVision as a key to the City's selection of the
 software.  "The reporting capabilities provide a great deal of flexibility
 when analyzing data," commented Mr. Wood.  "With an ODBC interface and links
 to MS Excel, Access and other third party software applications, we will
 immediately be able to do much more with our data, in a timely fashion.  Tyler
 is also developing future applications to port data to data warehouses and
 support data mining applications.  This direction is consistent with Seaside's
 long-range information technology plan."
     Seaside City Manager Daniel E. Keen called the implementation of InVision
 a necessary, logical step in Seaside's information technology development.
 Mr. Keen said, "With InVision, we're leaping forward, out of the DOS-based
 world and into the Windows environment.  The stability and reputation of
 Tyler's products, along with the incorporation of document imaging and
 Internet integration, were important factors in our decision.  The imaging and
 digital storage of citywide documents will free up space and resources and
 provide easier access to city records for the public.  In the future, the Web-
 enabling of utility bill payments and the integration of the financial system
 into the City's Web site will give citizens even greater access to City Hall."
     Based in Dallas, Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end
 information management solutions and e-government services to local
 governments.  Tyler partners with clients to make local government more
 accessible to the public, more responsive to needs of citizens, and more
 efficient.  Tyler's client base includes nearly 6,000 local government offices
 in 49 states, Canada and Puerto Rico.  More information about Tyler
 Technologies can be found on the World Wide Web at www.tylertechnologies.com.
     Tyler Technologies, Inc. has included in this press release "forward-
 looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation
 Reform Act of 1995 concerning its business and operations.  Tyler Technologies
 expressly disclaims any obligation to release publicly any updates or
 revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect any change in its
 expectations.  These expectations and the related statements are inherently
 subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from those set forth in, contemplated by, or underlying the
 forward-looking statements.  The risks and uncertainties which forward-looking
 statements are subject to include, but are not limited to, changes in
 competition, changes in general economic conditions, changes in the budgets
 and regulatory environments of the Company's customers, risks associated with
 the development of new products and the enhancement of existing products, the
 ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, and other risks detailed
 from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange
 Commission.
 
 

SOURCE Tyler Technologies, Inc.
    DALLAS, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:   TYL)
 announced today that its INCODE unit has entered into a contract to provide
 its InVision integrated suite of financial, human resources and utilities
 software applications and related services to the city of Seaside, California.
 The contract represents the first installation of InVision in the California
 municipal government market, one that the Company had identified as a target
 for expansion in 2001.  Seaside is located on the Monterrey Peninsula and has
 a population of nearly 40,000.
     InVision is Tyler Technologies' new Windows-based suite of applications
 for medium-sized municipal and county governments.  InVision is supported on
 Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Novell networks.  The InVision suite includes
 Financials, Payroll and Personnel, Utility Customer Information System, Code
 Enforcement and Municipal Court applications.
     "We expect that the successful implementation of our new InVision product
 in Seaside will open the door to many new opportunities in the State of
 California," said Steve Nieman, President of Tyler's INCODE division.  "We
 have already proven our ability to quickly establish a presence in new
 geographic areas, leverage our high level of customer satisfaction and gain
 market share."
     Seaside Finance Director Paul Wood cited the reporting flexibility and
 architectural stability of InVision as a key to the City's selection of the
 software.  "The reporting capabilities provide a great deal of flexibility
 when analyzing data," commented Mr. Wood.  "With an ODBC interface and links
 to MS Excel, Access and other third party software applications, we will
 immediately be able to do much more with our data, in a timely fashion.  Tyler
 is also developing future applications to port data to data warehouses and
 support data mining applications.  This direction is consistent with Seaside's
 long-range information technology plan."
     Seaside City Manager Daniel E. Keen called the implementation of InVision
 a necessary, logical step in Seaside's information technology development.
 Mr. Keen said, "With InVision, we're leaping forward, out of the DOS-based
 world and into the Windows environment.  The stability and reputation of
 Tyler's products, along with the incorporation of document imaging and
 Internet integration, were important factors in our decision.  The imaging and
 digital storage of citywide documents will free up space and resources and
 provide easier access to city records for the public.  In the future, the Web-
 enabling of utility bill payments and the integration of the financial system
 into the City's Web site will give citizens even greater access to City Hall."
     Based in Dallas, Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end
 information management solutions and e-government services to local
 governments.  Tyler partners with clients to make local government more
 accessible to the public, more responsive to needs of citizens, and more
 efficient.  Tyler's client base includes nearly 6,000 local government offices
 in 49 states, Canada and Puerto Rico.  More information about Tyler
 Technologies can be found on the World Wide Web at www.tylertechnologies.com.
     Tyler Technologies, Inc. has included in this press release "forward-
 looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation
 Reform Act of 1995 concerning its business and operations.  Tyler Technologies
 expressly disclaims any obligation to release publicly any updates or
 revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect any change in its
 expectations.  These expectations and the related statements are inherently
 subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from those set forth in, contemplated by, or underlying the
 forward-looking statements.  The risks and uncertainties which forward-looking
 statements are subject to include, but are not limited to, changes in
 competition, changes in general economic conditions, changes in the budgets
 and regulatory environments of the Company's customers, risks associated with
 the development of new products and the enhancement of existing products, the
 ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, and other risks detailed
 from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange
 Commission.
 
 SOURCE  Tyler Technologies, Inc.