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Tyler Technologies provides integrated software and technology services to the public sector with end-to-end solutions that empower local, state, and federal government entities to operate more efficiently and connect more transparently with their constituents and with each other. With statewide enterprise contracts in 28 states for digital government solutions, Tyler’s dedicated teams serve as a true strategic partner to state government, with a focus on relationships, transparency, and data to assess critical needs and opportunities and provide solutions. More information about Tyler Technologies can be found at

Like captains at sea, government agencies and departments are challenged with navigating oceans of data generated from multiple systems. When used effectively, this data can provide directions for operations and service delivery. Without effective data use, governments are essentially lost in the fog. The crux lies in managing, analyzing, and sharing data to gain actionable insights.
Agencies often use paper checks for common disbursements such as juror payments, tax refunds and economic stimulus payments. New technology makes it easier for agencies to digitize these one-time payments -- which improves constituent experience and reduces processing costs.
Governments often use multiple department-level payment solutions to provide digital transactions for residents and businesses. But stand-alone systems can create uneven user experiences and accounting bottlenecks. Unified payment platforms provide smoother transactions for constituents while simplifying internal processes.
“Increasingly, government agencies — and the people they serve — need a payments system that is connected across departments and jurisdictions,” writes one payments executive.
The future of government is being rapidly reshaped by technological advancements, particularly by the possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI). As we look toward the horizon, one question becomes obvious: How can governments get ready for the coming AI-driven era?
Disparate solutions and systems prevent state and local governments from giving their constituents the Amazon-like experience that they want with public services. That's why an enterprise approach, which allows organizations to connect different components for a new technological foundation, holds so much promise for agencies. Read this new thought leadership paper for all the details on the enterprise approach and how it can revolutionize the way your agency serves residents.