Tyler Technologies, the Texas-based vendor that implemented a controversial countywide property revaluation project in Muscogee County, is the same company being considered for a new comprehensive court management system. Deputy City Manager Pam Hodge said the project being considered is part of a citywide Information Technology initiative to migrate major departmental computer systems from an antiquated mainframe to a newer, robust web-based environment.
Tyler Technologies, the Texas-based vendor that implemented a controversial countywide property revaluation project in Muscogee County, is the same company being considered for a new comprehensive court management system. Deputy City Manager Pam Hodge said the project being considered is part of a citywide Information Technology initiative to migrate major departmental computer systems from an antiquated mainframe to a newer, robust web-based environment. ROBIN TRIMARCHI ROBIN TRIMARCHI
Tyler Technologies, the Texas-based vendor that implemented a controversial countywide property revaluation project in Muscogee County, is the same company being considered for a new comprehensive court management system. Deputy City Manager Pam Hodge said the project being considered is part of a citywide Information Technology initiative to migrate major departmental computer systems from an antiquated mainframe to a newer, robust web-based environment. ROBIN TRIMARCHI ROBIN TRIMARCHI

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