Tyler Tech Podcast

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Women in Tech: At the Forefront of Innovation
18-03-2024
Women in Tech: At the Forefront of Innovation
Join us this Women’s History Month as we shine a spotlight on the remarkable women shaping the landscape of tech and the public sector.On this episode, Tyler’s Media Relations Manager Rikki Ragland sits down with three women driving change at Tyler Technologies. First, Tyler’s President of the Digital Solutions Division, Elizabeth Proudfit, shares her inspiring story of forging her own path into the tech world. Next, Cybersecurity Architect Erica Burgess explores the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape and her experience navigating the dynamic field. And finally, General Manager of Enterprise Corrections & Civil Process, Mandye Robinson, shares her perspectives on leadership, workforce innovation, and the intersection of technology and public service.We also highlight National County Government Month, which takes place this April. This annual celebration gives counties an opportunity to showcase their programs and raise public awareness of the many services they provide to their residents.Learn more about the topics discussed in this episode with these resources:• Tyler Technologies & NACo: Modernized Systems from a Connected County• Additional Resources for Counties• Blog: Is it Time for Your County to Move to the Cloud?• Blog: Women in Cybersecurity See Positive Growth• Podcast: Leading Change: Women in CybersecurityAnd you can listen to other episodes of the podcast at this link: www.tylertech.com/resources/podcastLet us know what you think about the Tyler Tech Podcast in this survey!
A Dynamic Career at the Intersection of Law and Tech
04-03-2024
A Dynamic Career at the Intersection of Law and Tech
On this episode, Tyler's Media Relations Manager, Rikki Ragland is joined by Tyler's Chief Legal Officer, Abby Diaz.Drawing from her wealth of experience working in law and technology, Abby Diaz provides insights into the evolving landscape of legal operations within the tech industry. In this special episode celebrating Women's History Month, Abby underscores the critical role of diversity, mentorship, and perseverance in navigating historically male-dominated spaces. She delves into how her career journey has been shaped by these principles, shedding light on the transformative power of inclusive practices in driving innovation and progress. Tune in to gain valuable perspectives on how fostering diversity, overcoming challenges, and championing equality are beneficial to the workforce.We also highlight National County Government Month, which takes place this April. This annual celebration gives counties an opportunity to showcase their programs and raise public awareness of the many services they provide to their residents.Learn more about the topics discussed in this episode with these resources:Tyler Technologies & NACo: Modernized Systems from a Connected CountyAdditional Resources for CountiesBlog: Is it Time for Your County to Move to the Cloud?Blog: Women in Cybersecurity See Positive GrowthPodcast: Leading Change: Women in CybersecurityAnd you can listen to other episodes of the podcast at this link: www.tylertech.com/resources/podcastLet us know what you think about the Tyler Tech Podcast in this survey!
Unlocking the Cloud in Government Services to Enhance the Resident Experience
19-02-2024
Unlocking the Cloud in Government Services to Enhance the Resident Experience
In today's episode, we revisit past conversations with Russell Gainford, the Senior Vice President, Cloud Strategy & Operations at Tyler Technologies. Drawing from his extensive expertise in cloud-based technology solutions, Russell Gainford offers insights into the transformative impact of cloud adoption in government services and its resulting positive effects on resident experience and engagement. He emphasizes how cloud technology has fundamentally reshaped government operations, facilitating more efficient, accessible, and user-friendly services while enabling public sector employees to scale and seamlessly integrate their systems. Tune in to gain a thorough understanding of the benefits the cloud can bring.We also look ahead to Connect 2024, which will be in Indianapolis, Indiana from May 19th to May 22nd - early registration, which saves you $250, is now open at: www.tylertech.com/connectLearn more about the topics discussed in this episode with these resources:E-Book: A Digital Government Guide to Modernizing the Resident ExperienceBlog: Cloud Advantages Help Government ResiliencyBlog: The Cloud Experience: Improving Government ServicesBlog: Is it Time for Your County to Move to the Cloud?Video: Enhanced Security and Efficiency in the CloudBlog: District Goes From Cumbersome to Convenient with CloudPodcast: Leveraging the Cloud to Elevate the Digital Resident ExperiencePodcast: What to Know About Cloud Adoption with Russell GainfordAnd you can listen to other episodes of the podcast at this link: https://www.tylertech.com/resources/podcastLet us know what you think about the Tyler Tech Podcast in this survey!
Bridging the Gap: Innovations in Government Payment Solutions
05-02-2024
Bridging the Gap: Innovations in Government Payment Solutions
In today's episode, we revisit a previous conversation with Sloane Wright, the Senior Vice President of Payments at Tyler Technologies. With over two decades of experience in delivering cutting-edge payment solutions for government agencies, Sloane provides valuable insights into the dynamic evolution of government payment systems. Discover how these innovations have not only streamlined processes but have significantly elevated the resident experience.We also look ahead to Connect 2024, which will be in Indianapolis, Indiana from May 19th to May 22nd - early registration, which saves you $250, is now open at: www.tylertech.com/connectLearn more about the topics discussed in this episode with these resources:Blog: How Governments Can Keep Up With Payments TrendsBlog: Creating a Better Payment Experience for EveryoneBlog: 3 Ways Payment Systems Improve Access and SatisfactionBlog: How Governments Can Offer Worry-Free Payment OptionsVideo: Payment Solutions Built for Government, Trusted by ResidentsTyler in the News: Why payments to government agencies should be easierPodcast: Citizen Expectations with Sloane WrightPodcast: Why Payments are Important for Government with Sloane WrightPodcast: Emerging Trends with Sloane WrightCase Study: Faster Access to Information and Improved Customer Support in Monroe, OHVideo: Connect 2024 Indy Hype VideoAnd you can listen to other episodes of the podcast at this link: https://www.tylertech.com/resources/podcastLet us know what you think about the Tyler Tech Podcast in this survey!
Congressman Ed Perlmutter & The SAFE Banking Act
16-10-2023
Congressman Ed Perlmutter & The SAFE Banking Act
Congressman Ed Perlmutter, Former U.S. Representative for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District (2007-2023), joins Tyler's Alex Valvassori to discuss the SAFE Banking Act, SAFER Banking Act, and the Congressman's history with legalizing and regulating cannabis within the United States. This episode was recorded on October 2, 2023. There are references to specific roles held by members of congress that became outdated by the time the episode was released on October 16, 2023. Learn more about the resources referenced in this episode:Key Cannabis Licensing System Priorities BlogThe SAFE Banking ActThe SAFER Banking Act  Mr. Perlmutter is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, having served eight terms representing the Seventh Congressional District of Colorado. Before serving in the U.S. House, Mr. Perlmutter served in the Colorado State Senate for two terms, including two years as president pro tempore. There, he earned a reputation as a bipartisan bridge-builder and a champion of renewable energy and smart growth policies. Over the course of his political career, Mr. Perlmutter has developed many relationships at the federal, state and local levels across a broad range of subjects. Prior to his political experience, Mr. Perlmutter was with a Denver-based law firm for more than 20 years, where he practiced business law with an emphasis in commercial litigation and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. We want to hear from you. Please fill out our survey!