- According to Karina Funk

If call centers sound inefficien­t, imagine how clunky local government­s’ systems are. Plano, Texas– based Tyler Technologi­es makes software to bring disjointed operations for cities and states under one digital roof. For instance, it moves state courts from paper to electronic records and lets residents pay their utility bills online, earning multiyear contracts as large as $85 million. Karina Funk, who co-manages Brown Advisory’s $2.4 billion (assets) Large Cap Sustainabl­e Growth Fund, has a $60 million stake in Tyler and thinks demand for its services will only grow. “They can handle everything from a 911 call to a jail admission digitally,” Funk says. “Their work is imperative in what we’re experienci­ng now with Covid.”

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