ERP Vendor Jeeves Appoints New CEO

admin August 2012

Jeff Tognoni, an American software entrepreneur and executive with deep experience in the international enterprise software industry, recently joined Jeeves as CEO. Tognoni has developed many successful software enterprises in the role of CEO. Most recently, he held the position of CEO at Consona, an American-based software company owned by Battery Ventures. Before its recent sale and merger with Aptean, Consona was an international vendor of SME ERP and Global 2000 CRM software and services. Under Tognoni’s leadership over the last nine years, the company was one of the fastest growing and most profitable software businesses in its industry.

"Jeff has been critical to the growth and development of Jeeves as both a board member and CEO of Jeeves. He has successfully laid the foundations for Jeeves’ international platform as well as for the development of its multiple extremely competitive ERP products.  As Jeeves is entering a new phase, with a renewed focus on growth and expansion, the leadership role will also change. Jeff is a skilled entrepreneur with extensive experience developing software companies in several markets. He is an important part of our strategy to take Jeeves into the top ranks of the international SME ERP market," said Dave Tabors, chairman of Jeeves and general partner of Battery Ventures.

About Jeeves Information Systems
Jeeves Information Systems AB (Jeeves) develops ERP systems for small and midsized companies. Every day, Jeeves' ERP solutions; Jeeves Universal, Jeeves Selected and Garp, are used by more than 4 600 companies in over 40 countries. Jeeves' ERP systems are user friendly and easy to customize, and at the same time optimal for continuous improvement of business support. Jeeves' head office is located in Stockholm and is owned by the American investment company Battery Ventures.