Jeeves was founded in 1992 with the creation of Jeeves ERP—an ERP software solution built on the idea that no two businesses are alike. Our founders then built a genius architecture that could support easily-built, highly-custom implementations that could be carried forward through every upgrade. Over the past 20 years, Jeeves has added deep functionality to the core Jeeves ERP software solution, built up an active community of partners and customers, and become the number-one ERP software solution in Sweden.

Jeeves announces direct strategy in Sweden and new cloud ERP product offering.
Jeeves releases Jeeves ERP Version 4 and new support and education offering.
Jeeves acquires Infocube AB, one of its largest services partners.
2012Jeeves is acquired and taken private by Battery Ventures. Jeff Tognoni is named CEO and begins assembling an new executive leadership team.
2011The Jeeves App Market is launched, allowing increased development collaboration across the Jeeves network of employees, customers and partners.
2008Jeeves releases Jeeves Selected.
2007Jeeves releases Jeeves Universal.
2005Jeeves acquires Microcraft’s Garp ERP system.
2002Jeeves acquires Reveny System AB.
1999Jeeves is listed on the O-List of the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
1998Jeeves ERP Version 6.0 is released.
1996Jeeves adds its first partner to its now global partner network.
1992Jeeves is founded based on the graphical ERP system designed by Assar Bolin.


Headquartered in Stockholm, Jeeves is a provider of cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and services for small and midsize companies with operations in Sweden. Founded in 1992, Jeeves has grown to serve more than 2,000 customers in 40 countries throughout Europe, North America and Asia across a number of niche verticals within the manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, and services industries.