Best Enterprise Stories of 2021
December 20, 2021 by
Building and sustaining thriving communities happens through effective public administration. In 2021, Tyler clients managed the behind-the-scenes work of governments and school districts in newly creative ways to navigate continuing challenges and strengthen operations for the future.
Below are some of the top stories of the year from the enterprise areas that keep governments, schools, and communities running strong.
Appraisal & Tax/Property & Recording
Effectively managing all aspects of the property tax life cycle ensures fair valuations and equitable service. In 2021, jurisdictions used creativity to overcome challenges, make smarter decisions, and strengthen their tech foundations to be ready for whatever comes next.
Building and maintaining communities in which people want to live and work requires comprehensive planning, efficient service delivery, and access to resources. These top stories showcase fresh innovation in community development, virtual service delivery, and data use that can be scaled by other jurisdictions in the year ahead.
Sustaining thriving communities requires jurisdictions to be effective stewards of financial resources with visibility to plan for the future and maximize revenue sources. Explore the stories below to see how governments leveraged the disruption of 2021 to transform operations and embrace new solutions.
School districts faced unique and evolving challenges in 2021. The innovations shown this year empower districts to bridge information silos between departments and function as a cohesive system from the classroom and the business office to the transportation department and the superintendent's office. The stories below feature scalable successes in school transportation, student information, and district cybersecurity.
Land & Official Records
Recording challenges can be complex. Get the year’s top insight on the value of land records and recording, how to solve the most common pain points, and how everyone can win when counties take manual processes online.