Geniac Raises £22M From Grant Thornton To Offer ‘Office As A Service’

Geniac Raises £22M From Grant Thornton To Offer ‘Office As A Service’

By Mike Butcher Geniac, which operates in the rarefied world of “business management” platforms, has raised £22 million from Grant Thornton UK, a big provider of assurance and tax advisory. To date, Geniac has been in beta.
The London-based Geniac was founded by ex-Accenture consultants Michael Galvin and Eduardo Martinez to allow businesses to run themselves within one platform.
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