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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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- Career Opportunities
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- Senior Management
I worked at Tyler Technologies full-time (More than 8 years)
The salary is the same - no matter where you live, so that can be a plus if you live in a low income area. The travel is extreme, so you will rack up the frequent flyer miles, hotel points, and rental car credits.
If you don't negotiate an extremely competitive salary when you start with Tyler - don't rely on any type of reward based salary increase. 3% is the standard every year, no matter the performance evaluation. Also - they tend to restructure the bonus "incentive" plan every 3 years so that it's more and more difficult to reach the upper tiers. There is not an advantage to being more experienced, ALL consultants get the same plan, whether 3 months into the game, or 15 years into it. No rewards for longevity at this company.
Advice to Management
Turn to the current HCM-speak, and treat your people as Assets to be groomed, taken care of, and invested in. Your current treatment of employees as Resources to be used up until they are no longer valuable because they've exhausted themselves for you - is appalling.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Tyler Technologies.
Had one generic phone interview, then the second interview was a waste of everyone's time. They said I would be answering questions that didn't have a correct answer just so they could get a feel for my thought process. They went on for an hour and a half grilling me until I came up with the answers they wanted. Once I realized they were asking for one thing and expecting another, I knew this was not a company I would not want to work for.
- Generic questions about my background, experience, etc. Answer Question
Tyler Technologies doesn't want local governments tied up in red tape. The company provides information management software and services intended to help state and local government offices operate more efficiently. Specializing in applications for city departments, counties, courts, and public schools, Tyler's products include software for accounting and financial ...
Mission: Empowering people who serve the public