CA District Adopts Solution for Integrated Financial and Personnel Management

Tyler Technologies, Inc has signed an agreement with California’s Palmdale School District for Tyler’s Infinite Visions® enterprise resource planning school solution.
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Tyler Technologies, Inc.has signed an agreement with California’s Palmdale School District for Tyler’s Infinite Visions® enterprise resource planning (ERP) school solution. Located in Los Angeles County, Palmdale School District is the fourth largest elementary school district in California with 20,000 students.

After a thorough review process, Palmdale School District selected Tyler’s Infinite Visions solution, designed to work well with California reporting standards and built for managing district expenditures, encumbrances and budgets.

“With Infinite Visions, Palmdale School District will be able to create a more efficient process for budgeting and processing personnel requests by having an integrated system that combines human resources and payroll functions with budgeting,” said Linda Miller, Palmdale School District’s director of accounting. “We liked that Infinite Visions is a product created specifically for school districts, and that the software already addresses California state reporting mandates.”

The school district selected several applications from the Infinite Visions suite, including core accounting, human resources, fixed asset management and the iVisions Web Portal for employee self service. The Infinite Visions agreement includes related professional services, maintenance and support.

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