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Stay competitive with the necessary speed, flexibility, and scalability.

You know your tech solutions need to be flexible, scalable, and adaptable. But do you know how to get them there? And is your team set up to develop your solutions to adjust to changing conditions? If you're like most business leaders, the answer is no––with good reason. Most businesses are set up to maintain existing operations rather than constantly evolve.

If that's not something your organization can do today, it's time to Modernize.

TXI can help. Our experts in infrastructure and cloud-native applications can help you achieve the speed to value, flexibility, and scalability required to stay competitive amid rapid change. We'll help you pick the right tools, then make the most of them.


Technical strategy

Modernization engagements begin with collaborative working sessions with technical and product stakeholders to surface ambitions, constraints, and target outcomes from both business and IT. We’ll co-create clear and measurable outcomes for a modernized application through interviews, ideation, and planning sessions. We use this early alignment to inform where we orient our effort, what options we consider, and how we sequence the work ahead.

From there, we get into the specifics of your technology:

  • Infrastructure Audits and Technical Reviews enable us to assess infrastructure, services, and application architecture.

  • Analytics like deployment frequency, lead time for change, change failure rate, time to restore, and availability reveal bottlenecks opportunities to enhance performance.

  • Baseline Measurements quantify your current state, enabling us to assess future impact.

Everything we learn is synthesized into themes and distilled into recommendations, which we prioritize into a technical roadmap for ongoing delivery.

Case Studies

How one organization internalized the voice of the user to help systems builders identify gaps and opportunities


Infrastructure & DevOps

Sometimes, even when organizations make all the right selections on cloud providers and tools, the “last mile” of delivery is stymied, and even a high-quality application written by the best engineers can’t seamlessly make it to production. Overly complex DevOps configurations are common failure points for applications, leaving organizations with systems that are unsustainable for in-house IT teams to maintain.

Unlike large consulting firms that run factory-style “lift-and-shift” operations, TXI takes a conservative, pragmatic, and targeted approach to setting up Infrastructure and DevOps. We work backwards from your technical and business goals to determine the right mix of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) tools, and Software as a Service (SaaS) tools, and configure them in a common-sense, cost-effective way. Our expertise includes:

  • Cloud IaaS Providers (AWS, GCP, etc.)

  • Cloud PaaS Providers (Heroku,, etc)

  • Infrastructure as Code (Terraform)

  • Orchestration (Chef, Ansible, etc.)

  • Containerization (Docker, Kubernetes, etc.)

  • Monitoring / Observability (Datadog, Prometheus, etc.)

  • CI / CD Pipeline Implementations (CircleCI, Github Actions, etc.)


Modern architecture & engineering

A flexible, scalable infrastructure is complemented by observable, maintainable application code that can be delivered or rolled back with confidence and speed. TXI engineers build and refactor applications to support minimal need for manual testing, with the goal of continuous delivery of high-quality production code. As a boutique firm, we deploy focused, experienced teams to solve complex technical problems, and deliver applications that will endure as the technology landscape evolves.

TXI engineers are experts in cloud-native engineering, following the patterns of domain-driven design, pair programming, test automation, and Agile delivery. Whether we are building a new, greenfield application, or refactoring a legacy system to enable new product opportunities, our focus is to work in a collaborative way that allows organizations to deliver high-quality applications to production with speed and confidence.

  • Service-Oriented or Microservices Architecture

  • Domain Driven Design

  • Cloud Native Engineering

  • Test Automation / Pair Programming

  • Logging, Monitoring, Alerting


Team enablement

Cloud-native engineering has only been around for the last decade, and the tools and patterns continuously evolve. Software development has changed significantly since most engineers learned the fundamentals, and many are not equipped to learn new ways of working while also keeping the applications and systems they’re responsible for up and running.

Working closely with TXI team members to build and deliver modernized applications is one of the best, hands-on ways to upskill your entire team. We focus on people, process, and technology to help your organizational culture adapt to new ways of working and innovating.

We do that by employing the following principles:

Team autonomy

Team autonomy, where a team owns the full stack of the application or system they develop and adopts a “you build it, you own it” mindset.

Fast feedback

Fast feedback through test automation, test-driven development, logging and monitoring, and automated metrics and dashboards that provide at-a-glance system health data.


Integrated, collaborative teams that include all disciplines necessary to make decisions and deliver features to production.

We had a successful seed round, but the work is full-speed ahead. The goal is to learn from the users, iterate quickly and prove product-market fit.

Lisa Fiore, founder of LandscapeHub


  • What is a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)? Microservices architecture (MSA)?
  • What are the benefits of Service-Oriented or Microservices Architecture in modern digital products?
  • What is Domain Driven Design (DDD)?
  • What is Domain-driven architecture (DDA)?
  • What are the challenges of legacy systems and outdated architecture?
  • What are the benefits of modernizing legacy digital applications?
  • How do you safely modernize a legacy system?
  • What software development best practices help you safely modernize a legacy system?
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