Software Solutions using Machine Learning

Data Clarity Realized

Software solutions
that make a difference.


We build custom software solutions that help organizations — large or small, private or governmental — manage data, share vital information, and make strategic decisions. Based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, we’re a women-owned small business (WOSB) committed to hiring from our local community while serving a national client base.

  • Manage Data No matter the data you need managed, Kryssalis can build a customized solution. Our software is used to maintain a vital aspect of U.S. infrastructure — the nation’s bridges — thanks to our work for the U.S. Department of Transportation. We also devise in-take software for medical clinics near our headquarters. Whether your organization operates on a national or local scale, we understand how vital data management is in the Big Data era.
  • Collaborate With experience over a wide range of sectors and realities, we understand how to get a handle on your needs. We will work with you to develop the solutions you require. Our core team has over 25 years of experience in building-out software. We’ll communicate with you openly, transparently, and try to talk
  • Strategize In developing solutions, we'll also help you strategize about your short- and long- term goals and needs. You may have an immediate problem you need fixed. But, due to our tech knowledge and analytics experience, we may be able to see problems down the road. We’re big believers in designing agile software solutions incorporating the ability to integrate future realities without major overhauls to your system. Our development, testing, and execution procedures instill continual responsiveness into core systems.
  • Communication Though we write code, what Kryssalis ultimately does is improve communication — especially in the context of information management. Our work enables bureaucracies and organizations to share data more effectively. For example, the State of Utah had us engineer a customized system that integrated data from legacy systems. It allowed departments to share information that they previously could not. Big Data isn’t just about gathering — it’s also about sharing.