Sign up for our newsletter
Technology / AI and automation

Tyler Technologies signs $2.1m agreement with city of Bridgeport

Tyler Technologies has signed a $2.1m agreement with the city of Bridgeport, Connecticut to provide its financial management system, which includes software licenses, related professional services, ongoing maintenance and support.

Under the contract, both the city of Bridgeport and Bridgeport Public Schools, which share a common database, will use a suite of Tyler’s Munis financial management software.

Tyler said that Bridgeport will implement its Citizen, Vendor and Employee Self Service applications to enable web access to information and online business transactions. It will also improve reporting with GASB 34 Reporter and Business Objects, as well as enhance document management with Tyler Content Manager Limited Edition.

Bridgeport will deploy its Tyler applications via the role-tailored dashboard option. In addition to software, the city has invested in disaster recovery and operating system database administration services.

White papers from our partners

Richard Peterson, Jr, president of Munis financial management solutions at Tyler, said: The city of Bridgeport and its School District will gain direct access to real-time data by implementing Tyler’s financial management solution. Our integrated solution will provide them with the workflow, reporting and web capabilities they desire. We are pleased to have been selected and look forward to a long-term partnership.

This article is from the CBROnline archive: some formatting and images may not be present.

CBR Staff Writer

CBR Online legacy content.