Systems that Outperform

Your IT system is your company’s growth engine. Demand total performance.

TekValley is a one-stop provider of IT systems tuned to the specific performance and functional needs of your business. Thus, we bring a “total performance” approach to the task of designing and building systems. What is a total performance approach? It’s an approach that recognizes that every IT system consists of countless moving parts, all of which must operate flawlessly, individually and together, for the business to excel. When we design, we take both an end-to-end view of the total system with all components working in concert and a highly granular view with respect to the suitability of each component, technically and functionally.

It’s an approach that requires an absolute command of all layers of the IT infrastructure — and an all-encompassing knowledge of today’s technology environment.

TekValley system architecture and design strengths encompass:

  • 150+ technical experts
  • 500+ total person years experience
  • Scalable on/offshore service model
  • Agile and DevOps
  • Big Data: Hadoop, YARN, MapReduce, Cassandra, Spark, Kafka, MongoDB, etc.
  • Cloud: AWS, EC2, Microsoft Azure, RESTful web services, JSON, etc.
  • Compliance: GDPR, Sarbanes Oxley, PCI DSS, HIPAA, etc.
  • Microsoft technologies: .NET, WPE, WCF, ASP.NET, MVC, Silverlight, etc.
  • Networking: UDP, RTP, FTP, SMTP, IPsec, PPTP, DHCP, PPPoE, etc.
  • Security: firewalls, NMS, IPS/IDS, routers, etc.
  • Software development: C++, C#, Java, Python, PHP, R, etc.
  • Virtualization: Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, VMware, Puppet, etc.


A total performance approach is also multi-factored, meaning that we collaborate closely with your stakeholders to identify and understand all factors concerning how the system should perform. These factors include:

  • Consumers and producers of data, their locations and patterns of interactions
  • Process hotspots that may lead to workflow bottlenecks
  • Data: format, usage, security (in transit and at rest), frequency of access, etc.
  • Inputs and outputs of the system as a whole

In order to get total performance from your system, you need a system provider that can deliver a total performance. That’s where excellent business performance comes from.