Special districts and authorities serve a unique need in local government providing important services within a community. While each type of special district and authority has its own unique needs, all share a common goal: to improve the quality of life for every citizen through efficient delivery of services while being an effective steward.

Tyler is committed to providing modern software solutions to empower special districts and authorities – starting with running the business in the back office, and through to managing the unique workflows and service deliveries of different types of districts and authorities.


Special districts have unique funding and expenditure needs and require accurate and accessible financials, purchasing controls, and a scalable HR and payroll function.
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Utility CIS

Special water, gas, and electricity utility districts rely on accurate usage calculation, efficient billing and collection, customer information systems, and service orders.
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Revenue Management

Whether a special district relies on funding through tax assessments, service fees, or usage charges, revenue management, centralized cashiering, and efficient billing are vital.
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Public Safety

From protecting the safety of passengers in an airport, to providing emergency fire services in rural communities, districts rely on timely, coordinated responses.
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Parks & Recreation

Park districts are part of what makes a community where people want to live and play and require managing reservations, scalable staffing, maintenance, and fee collections.
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Enterprise Asset Management

Many independent districts and authorities require tracking of fleets, equipment and inventory while managing maintenance and asset values and depreciations.
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Painting the vision of fully connected communities.

At Tyler, we imagine a world where all city, county, and regional government services are connected
within a healthy digital infrastructure. Connecting data, processes, and people make communities
safer, smarter, and more responsive to the needs of residents.

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