Three dates and three locations : Réunion, Martinique and Guadeloupe, where Jalios was on hand on 11 and 12 October, 23 and 28 November to take part in the 2023 edition of the Orange Business Tour (OBTour). For the participants, the OBTour was an opportunity to engage in discussions with experts and establish contacts with partners. It was also an opportunity to get personalised advice on digital solutions, so that they could implement digital transformation projects tailored to their business or sector of activity.
A look back at these events with Jean-François Pellier, Sales Director at Jalios, Salvatore Azzaro, Head of the Digital Workplace Solutions Practice at Eolas, Boubacar Coulibaly, Sales Manager DROM-COM and Nicolas Turlay, Partner Manager.
Salvatore, Eolas, a Jalios partner for over 15 years, joined Orange Business a few months ago: what is the ambition of this Orange Business Tour? What is Jalios' contribution as a technology partner?
Our ambition is to meet local players and Orange sales teams in order to illustrate our expertise in Digital Workplace solutions.
Our technology partner, Jalios, will be joining us at the event to demonstrate the capabilities of the platform and showcase the perfect collaboration between the publisher and the integrator.
Boubacar : What are the specific features of this market? What needs does the Jalios solution meet ?
Despite the remoteness of trade fairs in mainland France, accessibility and commitment are important points for this market. Mobility is fundamental for Jalios in order to make its offerings more accessible. This initiative also extends to our willingness to travel to facilitate our collaborations.
Jalios is rising to the challenge and responding to such pressing communication and collaboration needs, combined with significant added value backed by 20 years' experience.
Jalios is also extending its influence in French Polynesia, drawing on its experience in integrating local and cultural specificities.
Jean-François, what is Jalios' presence in the French overseas departments and why is Jalios looking to strengthen it?
Jalios is present in both the public and private sectors in the French overseas departments, with a marked predominance in the public sector. Our ambition is to meet the challenges of digital transformation, specifically for civil servants.
For example, Jalios has played a crucial role in helping the town hall of Saint-Pierre, the capital of southern Réunion, to resolve its digital transformation issues. The Port de Guyane and CGSS Caisse Générale de Sécurité Sociale de la Martinique are two other examples of the use of the Digital Workplace, a collaborative platform to facilitate collaboration and communication within its ecosystem.
Jalios is fully committed to expanding its activities across all territories, demonstrating its strong regional and national presence.
This approach is in line with Jalios' strong desire to promote widespread development. This extended presence reflects a move towards more sophisticated uses and a growing demand for customisation in the solutions offered by Jalios.
Nicolas, Eolas is one of Jalios' long-standing partners. Why is this partnership particularly relevant to the French overseas departments?
This strategic commitment, forged over time, is based on an historic strategy of proximity, accentuated by the strength and extensive presence of the Orange Business network and the expertise of Eolas.
The scope of this partnership is distinguished by in-depth business knowledge, both in the public sector, with numerous local authorities and Departmental Fire and Rescue Services, and in the private sector, with notable references such as ByMyCar.