Thrayam Software Solutions Pvt Ltd

Thrayam offers IT Solutions,Software consulting services, and Web Development.

IN, Kerala, Cochin

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 5
Reviews: 0
Average reviews rating:
0 Stars

Languages Spoken: English,Maiayalam,Tamil,HIndi
No. of Employees: 6-10
Established: 2009
Joined WWDC: 2010

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Services
- Branding
- Content and Copy
- Design
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development
- Hosting
- Social Media

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Thrayam Software Solutions is headquartered in Cochin, India with sales offices in Canada and delivery centers in India. Our technology expertise predominantly is drawn from our associates who have several years of experience in building cutting edge web and software applications that enhance the end-user experience and satisfaction. And all this despite meeting most standards of cost-efficiency.

Industry Sectors

Health & Beauty, Public Sector, Not for profit / Charity

Tends to work with

Private Company, Public Sector, Non-profit Organisation

General location of clients:

Kerala,canada,new york,australia,landon,UK,UAE,Dubai,

Recent Projects

  • Haripad Info

    Haripad Info
    http://www.haripadinfo.com

    Haripad Info Malayalam web portal site Read More

  • Kallyal  Koottayma

    Kallyal Koottayma
    http://kallyalkoottayma.com

    By nature a socio cultural Koottayma, formed in December 2005 by like minded UAE resident members of ‘Sree Kallyal Muchilot Bhagavathee Kshethram’ at Kanhangad Kerala. Sree Kallyal Muchilot Bhagavathee Kshethram, one of the holly shrines of the ‘Vaniya’ Community in north Malabar. Vaniya’ ... Read More

  • Sree Karthyayani Devi Temple

    Sree Karthyayani Devi Temple
    http://www.sreekarthyayanidevitemple.org/

    This ancient temple of “Sree Karthyayani” is believed to have been worshipped by ‘Kroshtamuni’ during ‘Kritha yugam’. The temple is situated in a beautiful and peaceful surroundings facing east, on the western bank of a river connecting ‘Achancoil’ with ‘Pamba’. The temple is abo... Read More