Schaumburg, Ill., awards software deal to Tyler

The city of Schaumburg, Ill., will receive a comprehensive suite of enterprise resource planning software from Tyler Technologies Inc. through a five-year contract.

Under the contract, Tyler of Dallas will furnish its Munis software via the company's application service model to the city. The total contract, which is worth more than $2.2 million, includes a suite of financial and revenue products, as well as a human resource management solution.

Schaumburg also will use a variety of integrated technology products that accompany Munis and are designed to handle various office, billing and mapping needs.

Schaumburg, which is a suburb of Chicago, has a population of about 75,000 people.

William Welsh is the deputy editor for Government Computer News' affiliate publication, Washington Technology.

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