Tyler Technologies inks three-year SaaS deal with the Government of Bermuda

Tyler Technologies has signed a three-year software-as-a-service (SaaS) agreement with the Government of Bermuda, Department of Planning, for Tyler’s EnerGov planning, regulatory and maintenance solution. The agreement includes software licenses, hosting services, project management, training and related professional services.

Bermuda chose several EnerGov applications, including permitting and land management, license and regulatory management, electronic plan review, GIS, and a comprehensive mobile workforce platform.

Bermuda is a British territory with approximately 62,000 residents. The 21-square mile island in the Atlantic Ocean is about 700 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

[Image courtesy: Government of Bermuda]

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