Genus Apps® is a high-productivity or rapid software application development technology. Our tool is model-driven without any need for programming or scripting. This significantly reduces the effort required to design, build, deploy and manage your business apps  as compared to traditional programming or configurable products.


In the software engineering world, modeling has a rich tradition, dating back to the earliest days of programming. Traditional innovations have focused on notations and tools that allow users to express system perspectives of value to software architects and developers. These notations and tools are then manually mapped into program code and compiled for a particular operating system. The data about business objects and logic is interwoven with the program code, only to be changed through reprogramming.


In the Genus approach, the meta-data (the model) used to describe the business objects and logic have sufficient detail to enable Genus to run from the meta-data itself without the need of programming or code generation. To us, a model is not something incomplete or inaccurate, but distilled knowledge and a way of structuring a domain. It is easier to change the model than program code, making it a lot faster to adapt your apps to your changing business processes. It also enhances the quality of your software apps by reusing and not rebuilding common functionality. Also, unlike traditional programming, you do not need to worry about changes in the underlying platforms, like Microsoft Windows, iOS and Android, since Genus take cares of the adaptation to such changes.


Most customers use Genus to add functionality to their old apps, or build bridges between them, utilizing the data and concepts in the old apps. Some customers build entirely new apps using our technology, often replacing one or more old systems. More and more customers use Genus to prototyping, which holds the advantage that there is no need to throw away the prototype if one decides to develop it to a final solution – one just continues to develop the prototype.


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