Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) today announced that its
court case management system has been chosen in a competitive procurement as the single, integrated software for managing court information and operations within the San Luis Obispo Superior Court.
In its search for a court case management system, the San Luis Obispo Superior Court wanted a single and workable solution for all case types, with integrated document management, public access, and
capabilities that provide instant access to case documents while providing a greater level of service to citizens.
The San Luis Obispo Superior Court’s goal was to create a model that other California courts could leverage to meet their case management needs with a system that streamlines the back office and is available for use by judges on the bench.
“San Luis Obispo has taken a leadership role among California Superior Courts, and we look forward to partnering with the court to achieve its business objectives and help improve the delivery of justice in San Luis Obispo County,” said Bruce Graham, president of Tyler’s Courts & Justice Division. “Tyler will bring our experience working with hundreds of courts around the country to bear for California and San Luis Obispo, and we are committed to investing in our California operations to ensure that Tyler is the best long-term partner for courts throughout the Golden State.”
“The California judicial branch has faced unprecedented budget cuts during the past three years resulting in reduced hours, court closures, and increasing case backlogs. While technology alone will not solve the budget crisis within California courts, it does provide a critical toolset to enable California courts to maintain and improve operations,” said Kyle Snowdon, national account manager for Tyler’s Courts & Justice Division. “Through the implementation of automated solutions such as Odyssey, Tyler has helped courts around the country automate tasks, reduce manual steps, and provide a self-service judicial environment where business can be conducted online not in line.”