Plano’s Tyler Technologies, the leading public sector provider of integrated software and technology, has added IT leader Kevin Iwersen to its team as chief information officer.
Iwerson brings years of experience in managing tech infrastructures for corporations and the public sector, including statewide judicial courts, statewide executive government agencies, and U.S. military organizations. He joins Tyler from the Idaho Judicial Branch, where he also served as CIO, and the U.S. Air Force Reserves, where he retired as CIO/Squadron Commander (Lieutenant Colonel) in 2014.
Previously, Iwerson was an adjunct professor at Boise State University, statewide chief information security officer, multi-national corporate security and compliance director, agency information security officer, leader of the Pentagon’s information warfare team, and security analyst.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Kevin to Tyler’s leadership team,” Tyler COO Jeff Puckett said in a statement. “Not only does he have a proven track record, but he also has a unique passion for collaboration, team building, and problem solving. His strong experience in the public sector will be invaluable as we continue to grow Tyler.”
As part of Tyler’s Corporate Operations team, Iwersen will work alongside the chief technology officer, information security officer, vice president of cloud strategy & operations, and former CIO Matt Bieri, who is retiring next year.
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