Tyler Technologies buys a citizen engagement app in the 2nd deal of 2019

Tyler Technologies buys citizen engagement app in the 2nd deal of 2019
Tyler Technologies buys a citizen engagement app in the 2nd deal of 2019

A week after making the second-largest acquisition in its history, Plano software organization Tyler Technologies is buying again.

The company announced Wednesday that it's obtaining MyCivic, a California-based company of citizen engagement applications. Terms weren't disclosed.

The deal ability Tyler can offer consumers a single app that permits residents to have interaction with their local governments. MyCivic markets its app as bringing "city corridor into citizens' hands" through connecting them to services, resources, consignment pay, activities calendars and business directories.

"We know how powerful it can be when residents have direct get right of entry to and a clear line of conversation to their local government," said MyCivic CEO and founder T.J. Sokoll in a statement.

Founded in 2011, MyCivic employs 12 people. MyCivic administration and personnel are expected to remain in their positions. Sokoll will end up vice president of product strategy in Tyler's nearby government division.

Last week, Tyler Technologies closed a $185 million money deal with MicroPact, a software company that counts big-name federal groups as its clients. 
Tyler Technologies buys a citizen engagement app in the 2nd deal of 2019 Tyler Technologies buys a citizen engagement app in the 2nd deal of 2019 Reviewed by Md Amir Hamza Sohel on February 08, 2019 Rating: 5

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