Wayne County Register Of Deeds Picks Texas Firm’s Document Management System

DALLAS (WWJ) — Tyler Technologies Inc. (NYSE: TYL) announced that Wayne County has selected Tyler’s Eagle recording and document management software to enhance customer service and position the county to meet its current and future strategic objectives.

Under the agreement, the county will access Eagle via Tyler’s software as a service platform during a 5-year term.

“Tyler was chosen to serve the Wayne County Register of Deeds Office based on its reputation as the industry leader, and the ability of its software, services and expertise to meet our complex needs,” said Wayne County Register of Deeds Bernard J. Youngblood.

Tyler is partnering with the county to replace its current recording and document management systems with Eagle to automate land and official records processing. Tyler will build on the foundation of technology innovation Wayne County has established to further enhance office efficiencies, constituency responsiveness and public access to data, images and secure Web payment processing. The Wayne County Register of Deeds Office annually processes more than 500,000 recorded and imaged documents.

“Wayne County can rely on Tyler to create value now and well into the future as we continuously update our solutions to help the county meet the needs of its constituents,” said Brett Cate, president of Tyler’s local government division. “The Wayne County Register of Deeds Office is a very progressive office, and we look forward to a long partnership with the county.”

Wayne County is Michigan’s most populous county with approximately 1.8 million residents; it is home to Detroit, the 18th largest U.S. city by population.

Tyler’s client base includes more than 11,000 local government offices in all 50 states, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and other international locations. More about Dallas-based Tyler Technologies can be found at http://www.tylertech.com.


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