Genus Apps supports true Model-driven engineering, but has no foundation in or relation to any specific standards or patterns discussed in the community, like Adaptive Object Models or the Wikipedia articles Model-driven architecture and Model-driven software development. Genus Apps is not limited to a specific domain, but is a true generic tool within Enterprise Software. Our tool is on the highest level 5 in the Modeling Maturity Level classification (plus there is no need for code generation).


By making Genus Apps, we have proven that it is possible to:

  • describe enterprise software applications in terms closer to the users, i.e. on a higher level than programming languages.
  • transform such descriptions to lower levels, i.e. actually run software apps directly from such descriptions, without programming or human intervention of any kind.


Most of our customers are medium to large sized companies, and Genus Apps is built to handle complex business processes, large data volumes and many concurrent users. Our largest installations are:

  • 1 billion (1 thousand million) transactions in terms of data volume, with a daily increase of nearly 5 million transactions.
  • 10 000 users (1 700 concurrent) in terms of desktop client users (Microsoft Windows).
  • 190 000 users (5 000 concurrent) in terms of web client users.