Jeeves (ERP system)

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Industry Computer software
Founded 1992; first system sold in 1993
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Key people
Thomas Wernhoff (chairman)
Bengt-Åke Älgevik (CEO)
Products ERP
Revenue SEK 177.000.000 SEK (2010)
Owner Battery Ventures

Jeeves Information Systems, commonly known as Jeeves, is a fast-growing[1] enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and software developer in Sweden. Jeeves was founded at the beginning of the 1990s by a number of Swedish entrepreneurs. The head office is located in Stockholm. Jeeves was publicly traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange from 1999 until 2012 when U.S.-based Battery Ventures acquired the company for $32.46 million.[2]

The company is working with a network of dedicated partners (resellers) in Sweden, the rest of Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.

The ERP system is designed for growth companies within the retail, manufacturing and service sectors and has more than 30.000 users in over 40 countries. Jeeves offers two ERP systems; Jeeves Selected, for small sized companies and Jeeves Universal, for Mid-Sized companies. However the systems allow companies to seamlessly grow from Jeeves Selected to Jeeves Universal as and when the business requires it.[3] It was ranked Sweden’s most popular ERP System by the analysis and consulting firm Exido’s IT barometer in 2009.[4]


  1. ^ European ERP-players growth 2004-2005 (Source: August 4, 2006 Gartner Inc)
  2. ^ Ogewell, Verdi (November 28, 2014). ""Easy to upgrade and Cloud ready" - why Jeeves ERP sees a great future in America". Retrieved September 16, 2015. 
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  4. ^ Exido’s IT barometer (Ranking based on Exido's IT barometer 2009 (2008) and includes web quests in spring 2009 to Swedish companies with more than 100 employees).