ARCHIVED  November 1, 1996

Genasys II Inc. of Fort Collins is spinning off

FORT COLLINS – Genasys II Inc. of Fort Collins is spinning off its technology arm into a separate organization.

Genasys II will retain its name and will continue to serve the local government maket. The new company is expected to be named within the next quarter and will be dedicated to serving sophisticated developers and government integrators.

Genasys’ new organization will continue to operate at the Genasys II building, but will expand its Washington, D.C. office.

Genasys II will continue to operate out of the same building until a new bulding can be selected during the next quarter. During that time, Genasys will also name a new chief executive officer. Current Genasys II CEO Mike Fields has been named CEO of the new organization.
“Each company has a clear mission and will be able to stay very focused in serving the needs of the GIS and computing communities,´ said Trevor Wilson, chairman of the Genasys Group, the holding company of Genasys II and the new organization.
Some Genasys workers have been assigned to the new organization, while some positions have been eliminated.
“It was a hard decision to make considering we have some of the most highly skilled and dedicated workers in the industry, but not all of our current employees fit the needs of the two companies, Fields said.
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FORT COLLINS – Genasys II Inc. of Fort Collins is spinning off its technology arm into a separate organization.

Genasys II will retain its name and will continue to serve the local government maket. The new company is expected to be named within the next quarter and will be dedicated to serving sophisticated developers and government integrators.

Genasys’ new organization will continue to operate at the Genasys II building, but will expand its Washington, D.C. office.

Genasys II will continue to operate out of the same building until a new bulding can be selected during the next quarter. During that time, Genasys…

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