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TECHNOSOFT BUSINESS SYSTEMS
Intellectual Property Owner
Anthony Sukdeo, trading as Technosoft Business Systems, which was created in 1992, owns the TECHNOCORP trade mark and TBose, the Technocorp Business O/STM also known as the Technocorp Business O/S for EnterprisesTM.
TECHNOCORP is a registered trademark or a trademark in Canada, the UK, the European Community, U.S.A., Asia and other countries for the delivery of quality technology products, services and solutions to companies.
Between the period of 1996-1997, the TECHNOCORP trade mark had established usage in North America, South America, Europe, Australia, and the Carribean, as a result of the Bar Code Integrated System that was developed for Nortel.
Nortel initiated a global barcoding effort to track equipment used by telcos, after it started receiving products for repairs that it did not create.
Investigations concerning valid TECHNOCORP trade mark usages, trade mark and software licences should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. But first, please send a message to @Technocorp on X/Twitter.
Technology And Services Provider
Secits was created in 2006 in Toronto, Canada, and operates under the licenced TECHNOCORP ® brand.
Secits began providing solutions on TBose in 2008.
Secits began reporting on the news 2015+. Anthony Sukdeo became a Trump supporter in 2015+, and later wrote a note on why he was supporting the election of Trump [November 03, 2020].
After the 2020 pandemic, Secits became a broker for the outsourcing of corporate IT solutions, resources and services.
For more information, please contact Secits at email@example.com. But first, please send a message to @Technocorp on X/Twitter.
Avoid businesses using Technocorp in their names. At the time of filing trademark applications in 1996, Technocorp was a unique entry in AltaVista.
Any business implying brand association is misleading consumers and anyone acting to mislead is untrustworthy.
Never accept emails claiming to be from TECHNOCORP. Look at the routing addresses to determine validity. Do not open HTML based emails.
Contact your local police fraud division to report any fraud or abuse.