Thursday , October 11, 2012 - 1:59 PM
BOUNTIFUL -- City leaders have approved a new software maintenance contract for $51,106, which will help the city transition and save money on yearly expenses.
The city council voted unanimously at a recent meeting to a maintenance contract with Tyler Technologies as part of a software conversion from New World System software.
The city has been paying $58,000 a year in maintenance costs, according to Alan West, information systems manager.
West described the contract as a good deal for the city and noted it would take a full-time programmer to help the city keep up to date with program needs, without the contract.
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