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Tyler signs seven year SaaS deal with Virginia’s Frederick County Public Schools

Tyler Technologies has signed a seven-year software-as-a-service (SaaS) agreement with Virginia’s Frederick County Public Schools for its Munis enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution and Tyler SIS (student information system). The agreement includes hosting, project management, training and related professional services. The school organization utilized the existing National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) contract in procuring Munis and Tyler SIS.

Frederick County Public Schools chose several Munis applications, including financial, human resources and payroll management, according to a statement from Tyler. The project will also implement Tyler SIS, which includes Tyler’s parent-student portal, Student 360.

Frederick County Public Schools serves approximately 13,000 students in 20 schools.

[Image courtesy: Frederick County Public Schools]

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