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Tyler Technologies announces development of iasWorld® Field Mobile prototype for Windows 8®
A prototype for Tyler’s iasWorld Field Mobile application is in development for Windows 8 and Windows RT®, Microsoft’s new version of its Windows operating system. The iasWorld Field Mobile application is designed to eliminate the need for property record cards and other paper reports during field appraisal visits.
Tyler conducted usability testing and demonstrated the new design, hardware and foundation for the Windows 8 Field mobile prototype to clients during its recent Tyler Connect user conference in Boston. Both testing and the demonstration attracted a large number of positive reactions from clients, particularly with the efficiencies gained and overall ease-of-use.
The iasWorld Field Mobile application leverages Windows 8 features including search, share, snap, semantic zoom, notifications, live tiles and the design principles of the Windows 8 user interface. Tyler plans to further develop the iasWorld Field mobile application and make it a standard feature offering in its iasWorld appraisal and tax software suite. Tyler anticipates a full release of the application later this year.
Introducing Munis® Work Orders mobile application for Windows 8®
Munis Work Orders is now available for Windows 8 and Windows RT®, Microsoft's new version of its Windows operating system. The Munis Work Orders mobile application is designed to provide public sector field crews who are assigned work tickets with convenient Windows phone or tablet access over a cellular or Wi-Fi connection in order to perform their jobs more efficiently.
The Munis Work Orders mobile application provides crews with the ability to update the Munis Work Order system (Munis Version 10.4 and higher is required). Results are uploaded to Tyler's Munis enterprise resource planning (ERP) system automatically when the mobile device has a strong cellular or wireless signal. The mobile solution allows users to enter and track labor, materials and equipment, as well as status updates to the work order itself.
The Munis Work Orders mobile application leverages Windows 8 and Windows RT features including search, share, snap, semantic zoom, notifications, live tiles, and the design principles of the Windows 8 user interface.
Introducing Tyler K-12 Viewpoints Blog
Tyler Technologies has launched a new blog for Tyler’s School Division focused on the school industry. Tyler K-12 Viewpoints is an online community committed to discussions about industry-relevant topics, particularly school software.
Tyler’s employees have decades of experience in the school market and will share their personal insights and stories about school industry trends and news on Tyler K-12 Viewpoints. Additionally, other industry leaders and business partners will contribute their unique perspectives and valuable insight on topics like data analytics, student information, transportation, special education and financial and human resource management.
Blog followers will receive email notifications when new content is available. Sign up today at http://k12schoolsoftware.net.
Introducing Munis® My Work
Munis My Work is now available for Windows 8 and Windows RT, Microsoft’s highly-anticipated new version of its Windows operating system. Munis My Work is designed to provide public sector employees with convenient WIndows phone or tablet access to the approval, notification and alert processes that are defined in Munis Workflow. It provides mobile access to view items requiring approval from the employee; they can view the detail related to the approval and take appropriate action to either approve, reject, forward or hold the approval. With Munis My Work, employees also receive notifications and alerts about tasks and processes as defined by their organization's business rules in Munis Workflow (Munis Version 10.3 and higheris required).
Results are uploaded automatically as long as the device has a strong cellular or wireless signal.
Munis My Work leverages Windows 8 and Windows RT features including search, share, snap, semantic zoom, notifications, live tiles, and the design principles of the Windows 8 user interface.