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Tyler and Amazon Expand Public-Sector Cloud Partnership

The two giants have extended their cloud relationship in a new deal. It comes as Tyler Technologies continues to grow and embrace AI, and works to move more public-sector tech programs to the cloud.

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It’s all about the cloud: That’s the main message from the new deal between Tyler Technologies and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Tyler, the publicly held government technology giant, said it has inked an eight-year strategic collaboration agreement with the cloud services unit of the online retailer.

The new deal expands upon a 2019 agreement between the two companies, Russell Gainford, senior vice president of cloud strategy and operations at Tyler, told Government Technology via email.

Working with AWS enables the gov tech provider to build cutting-edge tools and infrastructure as it continues to grow, expand its services and embrace artificial intelligence, he said.

“Ultimately, this collaboration allows jurisdictions to adopt new services faster while providing more advanced capabilities for digital transformation,” Gainford said. “We are making the cloud more accessible, which will benefit our customers and the public-sector market alike.”

The fresh deal means that Tyler and AWS will expand their shared programs and streamline migrations from in-house public-sector tech tools to Tyler’s cloud applications, according to the statement announcing the deal.

“By deepening our collaboration with AWS, we’re taking another major step forward in making the cloud accessible for our clients, from local to state to federal government agencies,” said Lynn Moore, president and CEO for Tyler, in that statement. “This gives our clients the opportunity to experience all of the great benefits of the cloud, such as business continuity, continuous delivery, enhanced security and technology that is always up to date.”