PLANO, Texas – Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: NYSE:), a provider of integrated software and technology services to the public sector, has entered into an eight-year contract with the California Department of Parks and Recreation to enhance the state’s park reservation system. This collaboration aims to improve the digital experience for park visitors and streamline operations for park staff through Tyler’s Outdoor Recreation solution.
The company, which has been serving California State Parks since 2016, will now offer an end-to-end system encompassing everything from booking reservations to facilitating transactions. Sascha Ohler, Tyler’s senior vice president of Outdoor Recreation, expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, saying, “Our vision is to provide an enhanced, yet simple-to-use digital experience that improves the visitor experience for everyone, saves time for park staff, and effectively pays for itself. We look forward to working with California State Parks on a transition plan over the next six months and in partnership with the department over the next eight years.”
Tyler Technologies’ solution is expected to introduce a user-friendly interface with streamlined capabilities by fall 2024, followed by several new features and enhancements moving into 2025. The system will be implemented across California’s 280 state parks, which welcome approximately 68 million visitors annually.
This agreement marks a continuation of Tyler’s expansion in California, where it serves over 600 government agencies across municipalities, counties, and districts. The company’s solutions are designed to connect data and processes across various systems, facilitating efficient and transparent operations within government entities.
Tyler Technologies, an company, has a significant presence in the public sector software and technology service market, with more than 40,000 installations in nearly 13,000 locations worldwide, including all 50 U.S. states, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, and other international locales.
The information for this article is based on a press release statement from Tyler Technologies.
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