Genuity is on a mission to level the playing field by democratizing information, making IT less resource intensive, and giving your company more time (and money) to focus on innovation and growth.
Genuity believes in…
Our goal is to help people better navigate today's ever evolving technological landscape. We want to give businesses the resources they need to make informed decisions about how they manage and purchase technology.
We want to deconstruct the black box of IT and empower businesses that on their own often have the odds stacked against them.
Conceived by IT Pros, Built by Innovators, and Improved Together
Genuity came about as a reaction to the predatory practices in the IT Market. We wanted to develop an independent, unbiased, and objective information source — no marketing fluff, just the facts.
We knew that if businesses could share their data and purchasing power with one another, they could all make better decisions. By working together vastly more can be learned and achieved than alone. Businesses are stronger together.
We don't believe in hidden auto-renew clauses, complex cancelation terms, hidden surcharges, or any other unnecessary costs that make operating more difficult while adding zero value to a business. With the help of IT pros and businesses just like yours, we are building a network of transparency. No gotchas and no gimmicks—a network that grows stronger together, treats everyone fairly, and puts business interests first. As each new business joins the movement, every members' analytics and buying power gets stronger. When businesses connect, everyone wins, and the services, technology, and network keep growing.
This is what happens when technologists, businesses, and entrepreneurs get together to change the status quo—a new logic.
On the business side, the IT market is broken.
“All contractual terms were followed and they still tried to collect $10,000.”
When it takes the former founder and CEO of two major telecom carriers more than six months of calls and emails to cancel a telecom plan for a friend's company- something's wrong.
“Businesses shouldn't be put in a position where they're afraid of leaving.”
We regularly encountered clients that were trapped by channel partnerships, locked into contracts by tricky autorenew clauses, and completely unaware that they were being taken advantage of.
Meet the Team
Serial entrepreneur with a history of building successful companies. Founder of Globalnet International and Visseo, Inc., Pioneers in VoIP technology.
Former IT specialist in the US Navy. Founder of Stratum Networks. Focused on customer value and driving IT strategies for businesses.