Genus offers integrated digital preservation solutions, incorporating digital to microfilm, microfilm scanning, document management software, paper scanning, book scanning, equipment service, large format, print, and web-hosted document archiving.
The Genus Group is the trading name of J & J Negus Ltd, which has been trading since 1974 from its headquarters in Nuneaton, England. The group has operations in Ireland, France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, employing 30 staff servicing over 5000 clients across 60 counties worldwide.
For more information on The Genus Group see our Corporate Profile Leaflet
The Genus Group in short…
- Genus provides systems, solutions and products to help you tackle your information access problems.
- If your information is digital, paper or a combination of the two.
- If your information is short term, long term or a combination of the two.
- If your information is required in Sydney, on the next desk or a combination of the two.
- If your information is to be freely available, strictly private or a combination of the two.
- If your information is required instantly, next day or a combination of the two.
- If your information...... is a problem, then we have a solution!
With 35 years experience of handling and solving peoples business information problems we like to think that we are unique in our approach. We come and look at your problem so that we can offer tailor made advice.
We understand that every technology has its disadvantages. We understand how to avoid those disadvantages to deliver an excellent and bespoke solution.
Genus is part of the J & J Negus Ltd group of companies registered at 15 Hammond Close, Attleborough Fields Ind.Est., Nuneaton, WARKS, CV11 6RY, U.K.
Registration number 1168979.
The Genus Group
A Brief Company Overview Video
2013: Appointed sole European, African and Middle East Distributor for Fujifilm microfilm products
2012: Launch Hyperwave content and document management software to UK. Relaunch of www.genusit.com web site
2011: Launch InoTec and Avision Document scanner ranges into UK. Launch www.paperscanners.co.uk e-commerce site for document scanners
2010: Creation of Imaging Technology – specialising in book, film and document scanners and software
2009: Purchase of Eichner Mikrofilmhaus – worldwide distributor of microfilm consumables and owner of the Ozaphan microfilm product range.
2007: Purchase of the micrographic service division of Graphic Data UK Ltd and EDM to create our own Microfilm Equipment Service Division
2005: Creation of the Large Format division – specialising in plotting and scanning equipment for engineering drawings
2004: Purchase of OITUK Ltd – developer of Document and Record management software
2004: Purchase of Silver Lining – specialist manufacturer of microfilm chemicals
2002: Purchased The Green Sheet – US Microfilm magazine
1999: John Negus retired
1998: Purchase of Graphic Press – commercial designer and printer
1998: Purchase of REAL – worldwide manufacturer of microfilm diazo and silver duplicators
1998: Purchase of JRK ImaginGraphics – European distributor of microfilm diazo
1996: Paul Negus becomes MD
1995: Published Micrographics Modem in French and German
1995: Started striping and cutting 105mm diazo products
1994: Started manufacturing microfilm jackets with creation of The Microfilm Factory Company
1993: Started manufacturing our own products - cartridges, spools, boxes etc
1992: Started marketing world wide
1992: Published the Micrographics Modem - the bible of microfilm consumables
1992: Opened office and warehouse in France
1992: Warehouse in Nuneaton extended to twice its original size
1986: Started magazine The Micrographic Market Place that later turned into The Green Sheet and now IDMi.
1984: Name changed to The Microfilm Shop - Opened existing office and warehouse on Attleborough Fields Ind Est, Nuneaton, UK.
1982: Moved to supplying retail with microfilm consumables.
1980: Moved to supplying trade with microfilm consumables.
1974: Genneg Associates - was created to meet the demands of a niche microfilm consumables market, by Mr J Negus.