Tyler Technologies Acquires Computing System Innovations, Bolstering its AI-Powered Portfolio for the Public Sector

CSI, known for its groundbreaking Intellidact platform, delivers data automation, redaction, and indexing for courts and legal professionals.

As artificial intelligence solutions in the public sector usher in an era of efficient automation, Plano-based Tyler Technologies (NYSE: TYL) announced its acquisition of Computing System Innovations today.

Orlando-based CSI, known for its pioneering work in AI automation, redaction, and indexing, offers specialized services to courts, recorders, attorneys, and other industry professionals.

With an expansive presence in the public sector software domain across 13,000 global locations, Tyler Technologies identifies the CSI acquisition as a key strategic move. The company’s announcement emphasizes the integration of CSI’s advanced solutions, aiming to enrich automation in data entry and document processing for their clients.

Tyler, which has 7,200 employees and revenue of $1.85 billion in 2022, said the acquisition opens doors to harness CSI’s technology in diverse areas, including municipal and schools, property and recording, and platform solutions.

Founded in 1987, Orlando-based CSI has built its reputation around its AI-driven Intellidact Platform, which offers applications that enhance document processing and identity protection.

According to Tyler, CSI’s suite has been paramount in addressing the increasing demand from the public sector for streamlined processes that reduce manual labor in document review and data entry.

Brian McGrath, president of Tyler’s Courts & Justice Division expects the union to strengthen its electronic filing and enterprise justice solutions.

“CSI and Tyler have both served the court technology space for many years and have worked as partners on behalf of Tyler’s clients often, so we are thrilled to officially welcome them to Tyler,” he said in a statement. 

Tyler’s eFile & Serve solution lets users electronically file documents with the court through a secure, web-based portal. Adding CSI’s platform will make the filing process “quicker, less redundant, and more accurate.”

Henry Sal, president and CEO of CSI noted the burgeoning demand for automation. “We’ve seen great demand from the public sector—and courts specifically—for AI-powered document automation that significantly reduces manual labor of document review and data entry,” he said.

CSI brings a clientele including entities such as the United States Army, the Supreme Court of Virginia, the State of Iowa, the City of New York, and, here in North Texas, Tarrant County.

The acquisition will see CSI’s management and staff merging with Tyler’s Courts & Justice Division. The employees will continue to operate from their current office locations.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.

Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.

One quick signup, and you’re done.
View previous emails.

R E A D   N E X T

  • AI Master's Degree UNT

    Innovators across North Texas and entrepreneurs all over the U.S. are racing to launch (and patent) the latest breakthrough AI. That can lead to IP policy issues as emerging tech hits the market. On February 8, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will a public meeting to discuss how to promote innovation in AI and Machine Learning tech, to be held virtually and in person at the Arts District Mansion in Dallas. "The takeaways will shape future work on AI and ET policy," says USPTO Director Kathi Vidal.

  • The request was made in an open letter signed by major players including Elon Musk, co-founder of OpenAI, the lab that created ChatGPT and GPT-4; Emad Mostaque, founder of the London-based Stability AI; and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. More than 1,000 artificial intelligence experts, researchers, and backers signed the letter, including academics from UT Dallas.

  • Oscar, the AI-powered robotic trash can at AT&T's downtown Dallas HQ, can spot a recyclable in nothing flat. Developed by Vancouver, Canada-based Intuitive AI, the robot checks out any trash item you hold up to it and tells you whether it goes in its recycling, compost, or landfill bins.

  • Tyler Technologies

    Tyler Technologies—whose headquarters campus is in Plano (above)—has acquired Massachusetts-based Safeground Analytics, a company providing real estate appraisals and assessments for states, counties, and municipalities. “Tyler has been the leader in the appraisal market for more than 80 years, and we remain committed to strengthening our service offerings in this space,” said Mark Hawkins, president of Tyler’s Property & Recoding Division.

  • Uniting two health tech innovators, Dallas-based unicorn Axxess has strategically acquired Complia Health, accelerating its quest to revolutionize home health tech solutions for providers.