Tyler completes Moraine remodeling, plans to add about 80 new jobs


Tyler Technologies Inc. announced it has completed major building renovations in Moraine, a move which includes adding about 80 jobs.

The newly remodeled space is able to accommodate more than 200 employees, according to the company.

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The renovations are for Tyler’s Appraisal & Tax Division. The division’s building remodel will support its hiring projections for 2018 and beyond, according to the company.

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Tyler purchased and moved into its current building location at One Tyler Way in 2012 and has modernized the entire office space over the past few years, company officials said in a statement released today.

Tyler provides integrated appraisal, tax billing, and collection software and services, according to its website.

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“Our building remodel in Moraine underscores Tyler’s strong presence and commitment to this area,” Mark Hawkins, senior vice president of software operations in Tyler’s Appraisal & Tax Division, said in a statement released by the company. “Our goal was to modernize the office by featuring state-of-the-art technology, a sleek design, and comfortable work spaces for our employees.”



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