Tyler Technologies has expanded its eight-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services (AWS), with plans to further enable the growing demand for Tyler clients and public sector agencies to move to the cloud.
This agreement builds upon Tyler’s existing SCA with AWS, which has supported Tyler in evolving its applications in response to public sector needs. The initial collaboration has helped Tyler clients deliver better experiences for citizens and public sector employees by managing their applications in the cloud, according to a news release.
Specifically, under the expanded SCA, Tyler and AWS will build on their framework and shared programs to streamline migrations from on-premises solutions to Tyler’s next-generation cloud applications. This can help both new agencies and existing customers to quickly adopt and leverage new technologies to serve their constituents, provide transparency of operations, and further empower those employees who serve the public.
“By deepening our collaboration with AWS, we’re taking another major step forward in making the cloud accessible for our clients, from local to state to federal government agencies,” said Lynn Moore, president and chief executive officer for Tyler. “This gives our clients the opportunity to experience all of the great benefits of the cloud, such as business continuity, continuous delivery, enhanced security, and technology that is always up to date. It also supports our Tyler 2030 vision to complete our transition to the cloud.”