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Tyler Technologies launches school-focused blog

Posted on February 12, 2013

Officials say the Tyler K-12 Viewpoints blog will provide an arena for school industry officials to share their perspectives on such topics as data analytics, student information and transportation.
Officials say the Tyler K-12 Viewpoints blog will provide an arena for school industry officials to share their perspectives on such topics as data analytics, student information and transportation.
DALLAS — Tyler Technologies Inc. on Tuesday launched a blog for the company’s school division that is focused on the school industry.

Officials said that the blog, Tyler K-12 Viewpoints, is an online community committed to discussions about industry-relevant topics, particularly school software. 

Tyler’s employees will share their personal insights and stories about school industry trends and news on Tyler K-12 Viewpoints. Additionally, other industry officials and business partners will contribute their perspectives and insight on topics like data analytics, student information, transportation, special education, and financial and human resource management.

Those interested can sign up for the Tyler K-12 Viewpoints blog at http://k12schoolsoftware.net. Officials said blog followers will receive e-mail notifications when new content is available.


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