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Tyler Technologies Acquires Computer Software Associates

Tyler Technologies Inc. (TYL) announced that it has acquired Computer Software Associates, Inc. or CSA, which provides financial management systems to schools and county governments.

CSA, founded in 1982 and based in Billings, Mont., is a reseller of Tyler's Infinite Visions school enterprise solution, and sells proprietary CSA tax and recording solutions to county governments.

CSA had approximately $8.2 million in total revenue during 2011, and has more than 200 installations in 10 states throughout the United States.

As a result of the transaction, CSA clients will become Tyler customers, and its approximately 60 employees will join Tyler.

by RTT Staff Writer

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