Gensuite LLC - 4C Conference

Gensuite LLC

Gensuite LLC
  • BOOTH LOCATION: MAIN EXHIBIT HALL
  • BOOTH NUMBER: 513
  • LOCATION: Global

The Gensuite nucleus originated in the late 90s. Gensuite Founder & CEO, R Mukund, initiated development of the web applications that are the core of Gensuite alongside EVP & Customer Development Officer, Natasha Porter. The additions of software development and IT professionals in 2001 (Jason Krueger, Vijay Alluru, Donavan Hornsby, Matt Bayuk, Andy Cox, Doug Martin, Mark Boehner, Josh Carter, and Miki Yucel) created a solid foundation.

This energized and motivated team of EHS and IT professionals were responsible for the systematic development, field testing and deployment of over 60 applications between 2000-2010. They supported EHS, Security, Supplier Risk, Quality and Product Compliance leaders across all businesses of General Electric, as well as former businesses of GE, but stayed loyal to Gensuite applications. At first this app suite was called GE PowerSuite but then rebranded to Gensuite in 2008.

In 2010, Gensuite began developing teams across the world to support a global subscriber base. Naveen GV, former EH&S Manager at GE’s Technology Center in Bangalore, India joined the management team to initiate India operations. The Gensuite team today consists of 350+ global team members all united by a common purpose – to enable subscribers to accomplish their business process objectives more efficiently, effectively, and collaboratively, while delivering value and performance excellence to their enterprise.

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