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November 18, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 2:36pm

Tyler to provide courts and justice system to San Patricio County

Tyler Technologies, a provider of information management services, has signed a contract with San Patricio County to provide its web-based courts and justice service.

By CBR Staff Writer

As a Conference of Urban Counties (CUC) member, the county will adopt Tyler’s Odyssey Case Manager software under the software license agreement signed in 2006 between Tyler and the CUC. Under this contract, which is valued at $1.9 million, Tyler will provide implementation and related professional services for San Patricio County.

San Patricio County will implement several Tyler applications, including Case Manager, Law Enforcement, Jail Manager and Prosecutor. Case Manager will be used in county, district and justice of the peace courts, said Tyler Technologies.

Raul Delgado, Jr, information services manager for San Patricio County, said: Currently, court and law enforcement offices throughout San Patricio County are not integrated. We want to bring the county into the 21st century by implementing a single, fully integrated system. Tyler’s solution will enable us to achieve this goal.

Bruce Graham, president of Tyler’s courts and justice solutions, said: The implementation of our courts and justice solution in San Patricio County is significant in that it demonstrates the product’s ability to scale from the largest counties in the state to mid-size counties and to be cost effective at both ends. Through its implementation of Tyler’s system, San Patricio County will integrate information across offices, benefiting citizens and other constituents. We welcome San Patricio as the latest county in Texas to invest in Tyler’s court solution and look forward to a successful partnership.

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