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Tyler Technologies Signs $7.9 Mln Contract

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Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL: Quote) said it has signed an agreement valued at about $7.9 million with the District School Board of Pasco County, Fla., for Tyler's Munis enterprise resource planning or ERP solution.

The company stated that the agreement includes software licenses, related professional services, maintenance and support.

Pasco County has 84 public schools and more than 67,000 students and 9,200 employees. The county, located on Florida's west coast north of Tampa, has more than 464,000 residents.

The District School Board of Pasco County selected several applications from Tyler's Munis suite, including financial management, human capital management, content management, and employee and vendor self service.

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