Cities sign municipal outsourcing deals with Tyler Tech

Four cities in the Northeastern United States have made pacts with Tyler Technologies Inc. for application services. The cities, all already Tyler customers, are Lawrence, Mass.; Norwich, Conn.; Wethersfield, Conn.; and Kittery, Maine. The new ASP contracts are valued at more than $1.8 million.

Through their purchase of Tyler's Munis ASP solution, each city will have its applications and data hosted at the company's regional office in Falmouth, Maine. The hosting solution offers ongoing support, maintenance and upgrades of software applications, hardware and operating systems.

By using Tyler's Munis ASP service, the cities help their IT staffs focus their attention on strategic initiatives rather than routine IT support tasks, the company said.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication Washington Technology.

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