Tyler Leverages CSI to Amplify Court Solutions in Texas Counties

By CIOReview | Wednesday, May 4, 2016
John S. Marr, CEO, Tyler Technologies

John S. Marr, CEO, Tyler Technologies

PLANO, TX: Data security, privacy, and cybersecurity are being a challenging part, with the availability of data than ever given the necessity to exchange the information between different agencies, departments, and jurisdiction. Tyler’s solution best assist these kinds of data exchange leveraging redaction technology. They recently signed with Galveston and Collin counties in Texas to employ redaction technology into the Tyler Odyssey’s court and justice solution, which was already used by the counties’ courts.

Tyler, an integrated software and technology services provider to the public sectors, focused on assisting its courts and justice clients in the judicial environments. Tyler clients will be able to access CSI intellidact software directly from Tyler as CSI (Computing System Innovations) is a Tyler’s solution partner. CSI had joined force with Tyler on September 2015 and became Tyler’s solution partner. The partnership is building momentum since then.

Tyler ensures that information exchanged in judicial environments stays on secure against data and identity theft through valuable tool of CSI—Intellidact. Intellidact software is one of the most widely used indexing and redaction tools in the industry. It expeditiously manages data privacy of court files. The software seamlessly integrates with Tyler Odyssey and making easier for Tyler’s clients to implement and go through the advanced capabilities of the solution.

Odyssey has been successfully implemented statewide in Minnesota, Indiana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, New Mexico, and South Dakota; statewide implementations in Idaho, Oregon, Maryland, Rhode Island, and Washington are currently underway. Overall, Odyssey serves over 100 million residents in more than 600 counties across 22 states.

“At Tyler, we have an insider’s understanding of how to build, install, train and maintain solutions designed to meet the unique needs of the public sector” says John S. Marr, CEO, Tyler Technologies.