Jeeves Announces Zolvia, New Partner in Finland and the Baltic States
"The potential for Jeeves ERP in Finland and the Baltic States is so great that we are now recruiting new consultants," said Bo Stenström, Chairman of the Board at Zolvia.
Zolvia has vast experience in the sale and implementation of ERP systems. Zolvia was incorporated as late as the spring of 2006, but over the past 15 years, the employees have worked to implement the Movex ERP system (Intentia/Lawson) at Finnish and Baltic companies. Zolvia has now chosen to end its cooperation with Intentia/Lawson and instead enter into a partnership with Jeeves Information Systems. The goal is for Zolvia to maintain their fast growth.
"The Jeeves ERP system has just the qualification that are in demand at midsize Finnish and Baltic manufacturing companies. We also appreciate Jeeves Information Systems' channel strategy, which makes our role in the cooperation clear – Jeeves develops one of the world's most flexible and modern standardized ERP system, which we will sell and implement out at the end customers. This enables us to focus on what we do best - offering maximum customer benefit," said Bo Stenström.
While Jeeves Information Systems already had two resellers in Finland and collaborative partners operating in the Baltic States, Zolvia serves to further strengthen the company's presence in these markets. Zolvia's vast experience in ERP system implementation was an important factor for Jeeves Information Systems when the deciding to enter into the cooperation agreement.
"Zolvia has a highly qualified and knowledgeable team of employees, who I am certain will make us even more competitive in the Finnish and Baltic markets. Our cooperation will in all likelihood help us take significant market shares there," said Lars Dahlberg, Sales & Marketing Director for Jeeves Information Systems.
The agreement between Jeeves Information Systems and Zolvia requires that Zolvia immediately cease being a reseller for Intentia/Lawson. Zolvia will market and sell Jeeves Enterprise starting January 1, 2007.