Technologies & Methodologies


Successful companies leverage a combination of tools and build a technology stack to achieve their business goals. With the right tools and apps, your team can work more efficiently, empowering you to grow better. On the flip side, continuing to use ineffective tools can cost you dearly. 

TrellisSoft’s value comes through mastery and intellectual property in the latest leading technologies. We use a collection of tools, platforms, apps, coding languages and pieces of software to build products, carry out business operations, and monitor performance metrics. We choose the right tools and technologies for you to build innovative solutions that will transform your businesses. 



Data Analysis

Project Management Tools

Quality Assurance



Deployment enhances collaboration between departments handling different segments of the development life cycle, such as development, quality assurance, and operations.


A rigid linear model with sequential phases (requirements, design, implementation, verification, maintenance) focusing on distinct goals.


Develops software in iterations that contain mini-increments of the new functionality to minimize risk (such as bugs, cost overruns, and changing requirements).


Also uses Sprints to break down complex projects into bite-sized pieces and gives the team more flexibility to adapt to change.


Our Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a systematic process used to develop and manage software projects. Well-defined phases guide the software development process from initiation to deployment and maintenance. The SDLC ensures that software projects are executed efficiently, with quality and adherence to project requirements. 

QA Workflow

Security Scans


We identify and remediate vulnerabilities in your applications through comprehensive security assessments and code reviews. 

We implement an SIEM system to centralize and correlate security logs, detect anomalies, and enable proactive threat monitoring. 


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