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Welcome to GENO, we are an innovative Information Technology, Telecommunications and Digital Strategy Solutions Firm.

We are strategic-creative thinkers who are passionate about technology services and products – and how each vertical we are involved in is evolving globally to better human life.

We also, remain committed to adapt these changes for our clientele as fast as we can, making the world less dependent on inefficient and harmful resources by empowering our clients through technology and building them to be future proof while remaining competitive as businesses of tomorrow. Our aim is to become a one-stop solution-driven firm for all technology and digital needs for all who engage us!

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      A coalition of international law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and the U.K.’s National Crime Agency, have disrupted the operations of the prolific LockBit ransomware gang. LockBit’s dark-web leak site — where the group publicly lists its victims and threatens to leak their stolen data unless a ransom demand is paid — was replaced with © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

    • Planity raises $48 million because even hair salons need their own SaaS product

      If you’ve ever traveled in rural areas in France, you may have realized a French peculiarity. Even in the seemingly less populated towns, there’s a hair salon. French startup Planity has been taking advantage of France’s love affair with hair salons to launch a SaaS product for these businesses in particular. Over time, the company © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

    • Singapore-based fintech Xalts acquires digital trade platform Contour Network

      In a role reversal, Xalts, a Singapore fintech startup founded 18 months ago, has acquired Contour Network, a digital trade platform set up by eight major banks including HSBC, Standard Chartered and BNP. Terms of the deal were undisclosed, but the acquisition price was in the high single millions and composed of cash and stock. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.