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Tyler Technologies Expands Facility in Moraine, Ohio

Tyler Technologies, Inc. plans for an additional 45,000 square feet of space, bringing its total square footage to 85,000 square feet at the company's facility in Moraine, Ohio.

The additional space will accommodate expected future growth within Tyler’s Appraisal & Tax Division, which is headquartered in Moraine. The division’s expanded space will allow for more than 200 additional hires.

“We’re pleased to begin this expansion project for our appraisal and tax operations, solidifying Tyler’s reputation as an employer of choice in the greater Dayton area and helping us to continue to attract top talent,” said Mark Hawkins, President of Tyler’s Appraisal & Tax Division. “Tyler has always been a fiscally responsible company that makes sound investment choices, and we believe it is the right time to expand our Moraine office to accommodate planned future growth.”

According to company officials, state and local incentives will support the completion of this project. Tyler noted it has been a contributor to and integral part of the Dayton area economy, first as the Cole-Layer-Trumble Company, founded in 1938, and later as part of Tyler Technologies. The division moved into its current building location in 2012.

Over the past few years, Tyler has modernized the entire office space to create a positive work environment for employees and to attract leading talent in the greater Dayton area, including software development, support, and implementation positions.

Tyler has been backed by several local organizations for the building expansion, including JobsOhio; the State of Ohio; Montgomery County, Ohio; City of Moraine, Ohio; and Kettering City Schools. Tyler remains committed to the local Dayton/Moraine area, and the support of these entities allow the company to continue investing locally.

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