You already know how complex it can be to successfully do business in the international market. Our ability to provide one-stop solutions in the IT sector is a key differentiator that has a positive impact on our success. At GENINOV, we're pleased to be inlvolved in many initiatives that have really made big differences.

2013-2014 | Electronic Services Information Centre (Centre de Renseignements Administratifs, CRA) – Office of the Management and Human Resources (OMRH) – Government of Haiti | Project Financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Design, implementation and commissioning of an Administrative Information Centre (CRA) comprising of an informative and dynamic website ( and a PBX telephone exchange system capable of supplying information automatically without attendance on a 24-hour basis. The project includes:

  • Survey of about 100 public entities for a complete and comprehensive inventory of services offered
  • Survey of the population to analyze their satisfaction with current government services
  • Analysis, systematization and optimisation of services collected
  • Design and development of a database and a website to provide pertinent information on public services
  • Design and implementation of a PBX-type phone answering system interfacing with the database
  • Provisioning, installation and commissioning of the required equipment
  • Training of the personal for telephone swithboard operation and of technicians for the maintenance of the system.


2013-2014 | Enhancement of the technical capacity of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR) of the Republic of Haiti | Project funded jointly by the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Haitian Government.

This project aimed to equip the MARNDR with an efficient information technology infrastructure in order to enable the Ministry to meet its strategic challenges in the short, medium and long terms.

The project was divided into five main components:

  • Establishment of a central fiber optic LAN network to connect five administrative buildings located at Damien and a WAN to connect the central office with 16 remote sites around the country
  • Provision, installation and configuration of the required computer and network equipment
  • Provision and installation of necessary solar and hybrid power plants for the remote sites
  • Supply of internet facility and access using a combination of fiber optic, satellite and WiMax technology and provision of reliable connection for two years
  • Training of more than 200 employees of disparate knowledge in information technology.


2012-2013 | Modernization of the information systemof the Haitian Parliament  |Project financed by Development Alternatives Incorporated (DAI) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Support Program to the Haitian Parliament (DAI/PSP/USAID)

The Haitian Legislature, namely the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic, wanted to acquire technology to modernize their information system to allow better visibility and better communication with the population in both official languages (French and Creole). GENINOV was allowed and successfully completed the contract to:

  • Survey and collect all necessary information from the administrations of the Senate and Chamber of Deputies
  • Establish specifications on the needs expressed by parliamentarians (Senators and Deputies), directors and administrators
  • Analyze the needs and design and develop the new information system and website, including a space for sharing ideas and opinions (Forum)
  • Establish a Web TV and Web Radio space/link on the website for the online and live broadcast sessions and other official activities of Parliament
  • Make a material and human resources inventory and recommend a list of IT equipment needed for the management of the Parliament's information system
  • Provide advanced training to a team of both chambers for the management and maintenance of the information system.


2012-2013 | Information system for the National Commission for Public Procurement (CNMP, Commission Nationale des Marchés Publics)| Project financed by the World Bank and the Ministry of Economy and Finance - HAITI
This project aimed to equip the CNMP with a reliable information system for the management of public procurements (SIGMP). It was based on the following achievements:

  • Design and implementation of a database and Web / Client server information system, including the structuring and classification of information, the management of general users, services suppliers and contractors, etc.
  • Design and implementation of a website interfacing with the database to provide all necessary information pertinent to public procurements to the various actors and users of the system
  • Design a back door access interface for government entities to publish their document and information related to public procurements
  • Provisioning, installation and commissioning of the local and remote servers
  • Training of the CNMP staff and public procurement agents from various government entities.


2009-2011 | Information System for the National Institute of Vocational Training (INFP) – Haiti |Project funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

The project covered five major components:

  • Inventory of the IT capabilities of the INFP, proposal for the creation of an IT infrastructure and recommendation for the provisioning of appropriate materials and software
  • Design and implementation of a management information system with supported by a database to allow the INFP to track information on public and private providers of training services, including the collection of information on infrastructure, equipment, teachers, students, etc .
  • Design and development of an informative website ( for the stakeholders
  • Preparation of a strategic plan for the implementation of e-learning to help the INFP improving its training capacity
  • Implementation of an e-learning pilot project between Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien with pertinent videoconference equipment. 




2009 - 2010 |Statistical education database for the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (MENFP, Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale et de la Formation Professionnelle) - PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI |Project funded by the Canadian International Developement Agency (CIDA)

This project covered three essential components:

  • Assist the Ministry in the design of methods, tools and strategies for the collection, processing and analysis of data for each educational subsector
  • Design and implementation of an Oracle database storing information for all 6 subsectors of the education system: preschool, primary, secondary, university, vocational training and literacy
  • Design a web-based information system with personalized access to the various stakeholders and decision makers of the Ministry.

The project was tested with the results of the current national census to provide quality control statistics.


2009 | Financial data warehouse design for the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center (RI MUHC)

This project consisted in the designing of a data warehouse for the financial sector of the RI MUHC This is a collection of data oriented topics, integrated, non-volatile and historized, organized to support a decision making process. Thus, the objective of this project was to propose an architecture, a model or an approach for designing a quality strategic information system that meets the needs of different players in the financial sector organization. Indeed, the data warehouse was dedicated as a support to the decisional information system and as data mining tools, enabling reliable extraction of new knowledges. It was fed from the production bases of different sources and of information outside the organization. The information found was used for multiple purposes to provide an integrated view of the organization.

The decision information system design implemented three basic functions around data collection and integration, data dissemination and presentation and data administration.

  • The collection and integration system captures primary data for inclusion in a data warehouse. Raw data collection in their native environments involves more or less sophisticated detection and filtering operations. Data integration assumes grouping them together into a technical, logical and semantic uniform appropriate to the needs of the system. To do this, these functions are performed using data extraction tools and techniques: ETL (Extract, Transform & Load).
  • The data dissemination and presentation system presents to the user pertinent information under special conditions (access control, customization, ergonomics, etc.) and formats (reports, alerts, etc.) appropriate to the decisional process, by conditioning value-added informational contents and not raw data. Multidimensional analysis tools are used for decision making: OLAP (On Line Analytical Processing). Multidimensional analyses are based on databases derived from warehouse-oriented data by type of users called data marts.
  • The data administration system ensures the smooth functioning of the overall system, allows traceability of data as well as determining the updating degree of each information. To do this, the system manages the data dictionary and the power requirements of the entire decision information system.