Tyler Technologies’ data platforms join U.K.’s G-Cloud marketplace for government

Bruce Graham of Tyler Technologies

Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced that two of its data platforms, entellitrak and Socrata Connected Government Cloud, are listed on the United Kingdom’s G-Cloud 11 Digital Marketplace.

G-Cloud acts as a central marketplace — similar to an app store — for governments and public sector organisations to purchase cloud-based software and solutions. It also verifies that software and services in the marketplace are trusted service providers; for example, suppliers on the list have met more stringent requirements for cybersecurity.

“Tyler is committed to transforming the public sector to operate more efficiently and effectively for the people it serves,” said Bruce Graham, chief strategy officer of Tyler Technologies. “We do this by making data more usable and more actionable. The G-Cloud Marketplace provides a fair and transparent procurement route for organisations in the U.K. to use data to create safer, smarter, and more vibrant communities.”

Franklin Williams

Tyler’s Socrata solution enables government organisations to connect and transform siloed data into actionable insights. Socrata users include the Camden Council and West Sussex County Council in the U.K., as well as many of the largest cities, states, and federal agencies in the U.S. and abroad.

“Tyler’s Socrata solution helps governments drive more value and use from their data,” said Franklin Williams, president of Tyler’s Data & Insights Division. “We’re pleased to offer this technology to central governments, local councils, and other public sector organisations across the U.K. through G-Cloud.”

Entellitrak is a low code application development platform for case management and business process management. Created by Tyler Technologies’ subsidiary, MicroPact, it unifies public sector casework through a Data-First approach. MicroPact products serve 49 U.S. states and 97% of federal agencies with 500 or more employees, including the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Social Security Administration, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

“The entellitrak platform was built specifically to give government agencies the ability to track, collaborate, and report on the data that drives operations forward,” said Kris Collo, president of MicroPact, a wholly owned subsidiary, acquired by Tyler in February 2019. “It is exciting to know that this same capability will be available to U.K. agencies now that entellitrak is included in G-Cloud.”

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