Managers seem to be inventing SDLC on their own, and have difficulty maintaining an environment that leads to good product development. The software managers don't seem to value documentation except as something to complain about.
Senior Project Manager, Employee (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – April 25, 2018
Tyler controls the Public Sector software market at County and lower markets. Excellent business model but lacking startegic direction. Tremendous opportunity for low to mid-level employess, but little room for advancement at Senior/Executive management levels
Lead Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Yarmouth, ME – April 1, 2018
Definitely a tiered organization that pays lip service to employees. Overall though, senior staff leaves impression that employees are expendable. There are opportunities at this organization if you are in with the correct crowd.
Great company, passionate leadership. Definitely a lot of work to be done, but great people all working together for a cause that really matters. There's a lot of growth and potential that people are self-starters and strategic about how they can add value.
I will have to fully complete this review another time, but for now I can say I love Tyler Technologies, and plan to retire there. Upper management really does take pride in trying to make employees day to day life happy, and offer a lot of perks to ensurewe are comfortable, and able to work to be productive.
subsidized $4 full lunches, excellent benefits, standing desk options, walking track, beautiful campus, great people, starbucks and soda machines
lot of work for the pay, should be more flexible to allow work from home, on occasion
While formerly operated with a collaborative culture, moving to stove-pipe organization with significant turnover. Managers being given more decision making autonomy, with or without experience. In some cases, turnover over 50% in some business units due to lack of oversight my senior management regarding newly named supervisors.
Lack of an integrated operating plan leading to significant increase in dissatisfaction within customer base. Insignificant headcount to resolve many issues short term.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 22, 2018
I love Tyler Technologies and my co-workers.
The issue with Tyler Technologies is they are growing at such a rapid pace, we cannot hire/train people fast enough, and the product line is getting so large, it is hard to gain the knowledge needed to train clients properly. The documentation staff cannot push out new documentation fast enough, by the time documentation is released, it's already outdated.
Tyler is a great place to work if you're willing to trade market rate pay for a reduced workload. That's great for people who just want to coast but if you want to move up and earn what you should then it's not for you.
They are trying to move forward with modern technologies but no one really knows how to do that. It's not a culture of quality.
Salaries for software engineers in Lubbock are at least 25k under the market rate. I'm not sure a lot of their teams would be profitable if they were paying the market rate.
If you're an intern or straight out of college don't stay more than 2 years. The pay gap is too large. The pay is so low I'm not sure why any quality candidate would even consider working at Tyler.
Easy job. Everyone is nice. Relaxed schedule.
Legacy tech everywhere. Expertise is lacking. Low pay.
Not a user-focused software development environment
UX Designer/UX Architect (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – January 10, 2018
If you are looking for a company that focuses on User Experience, you might want to keep on looking elsewhere. I've never experienced a company where the work environment was so hostile to creating an excellent user experience.
The benefits are great.
This company's division is a development-driven culture and openly opposed at times to spending time or resources on improving user experience.
My direct manager is/was superb, the culture and environment is wonderful as are the benefits. The pay is mediocre and frankly insulting for most positions. They do not even attempt to compete with the national averages and try to leverage that they are headquartered or operate out of low cost of living areas to compensate for this. If you support the work they do and can deal with the non-competitive pay Tyler is a phenomenal company to get in with.