Our History

TriLogic Technologies, LLC. provides product eDesign and test support and services for a vast range of customers and technologies.

The management team has worked together for more than 25 years and has maintained and grown numerous relationships with customers, contractors, and suppliers. These varied experiences and deep relationships with eDesign and manufacturing enables the Company to adapt easily and stay current with changing technologies and relationships.


Our Company

With more than half a century of combined leadership experience in design, testing and prototyping services, TriLogic Technologies is perfectly positioned to exceed your expectations.



Our Vision

We are dedicated to strategic growth, establishing an all-encompassing culture, improving productivity, and providing our customers with tailored-custom products and services. Our goal is to maintain long-term relationships by meeting and exceeding the quality, cost and delivery requirements of our customers.

    Our Culture

  • Teams based operations
  • Process oriented approach
  • Data managed decision tree
  • Customer focused outlook

Our Focus

We are an electronic design and test services company specializing and leading the design & test industry, defense, homeland security, commercial, industrial, petroleum, renewable energy, communications, computing and embedded device applications throughout North America.




TriLogic Technologies quality policy is to design and deliver quality products that exceed the customer requirements.

We are committed to continually improve our quality system.

  • Quality System Compliant with ISO9001:2008, AS9100
  • 3-tier Documentation Package
  • Production Documentation/Procedures Released through Configuration Control Group.
  • Periodic Auditing by Quality Group to ensure compliance to internal/contract requirements.
  • Certification training programs where applicable.
  • Process Mapping/Flowcharting
  • Active Calibration Program


Community Support

St. Philip’s College

Advisory Committee member for Electronics Technology and Instrumentation. Help to document the need for a workforce education program and to ensure that the program has both adequate resources and a well-designed curriculum to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary to successfully meet the needs of business and industry