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5 Things You Need To Know About Tyler Technologies’ CaseloadPro Buy

CFO Brian Miller talks with CRN about the solution provider’s latest purchase, how it fits in with other acquisitions, and the big picture for Tyler Technologies.

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Buying Spree

Tyler Technologies continued its buying spree last week with the purchase of CaseloadPro. The local-government-centric solution provider already i well positioned in records management at courthouses and police departments, but less so in providing administrative software solutions to the post-conviction arena.

Salida, Calif.-based CaseloadPro has just 16 employees but it provides its Software-as-a-Service offering to 110 customers across 23 states and has 5,000 users, including Alameda County Probation in California, Clark County Juvenile Probation in Nevada, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department in Nevada, and the State of Nevada Juvenile Justice Department.

Tyler Technologies CFO Brian Miller told CRN the “tuck-in” purchase is one piece of creating the Tyler Alliance, a software suite that runs the gamut from 911 calls to post-conviction case management.

“We have this much broader vision of being able to make government more efficient, and so beyond just looking at the best system for probation or the best system for public safety you look at this overall vision that Tyler has, and what we’re doing with that data,” he said. “We’re bringing those solutions to government that no one else has.”

 
 
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