This year the survey by Observatoire de l’Intranet et Digital Working clearly demonstrated Jalios’ progression, showing the company’s continued position as the number 1 French developer.
Jean-François Pellier, Sales Director, states: “Jalios has handled the Cloud shift with flying colours: Our SaaS turnover has increased threefold over three years. Our profitability and growth reassure our clients. Above all, our solutions meet our clients’ expectations and those of their users.”
In 2019, new clients such as Action Logement, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Crédit Agricole Consumer Finances, ESCP Europe, Indigo, Système U, Yves Rocher, Wolfberger and public bodies such as the National Laboratory of Metrology and Testing, the Ministry of Health and the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes prefecture have put their trust in Jalios.
Jalios is sometimes still considered as a competitor to Microsoft and Google. This was true in the past even if these solutions were already well integrated. However, 2 years ago Jalios took things one step further. Since this point, Jalios has complemented and facilitated the use of Office 365 and G Suite as well as open source solutions such as Zimbra, Bluemind, OnlyOffice or Collabora. Jalios JPlatform contextualises information and tools, guides usage, provides numerous essential functions and manages the accumulation and dissemination of knowledge.
Some organisations use several solutions. An increasing number of organisations are using Jalios to complement Office 365 including Action Logement, Indigo, MAIF and La Redoute.
In a world led by capital raising where founders often lose control, Jalios is a marked exception. For the last 18 years Jalios has been in pursuit of autonomous growth as a result of its innovative strategy and network of partners.
Vincent Bouthors, CEO de Jalios explains: “We are driven by strong values. We believe that it is possible to succeed while keeping in step with our clients and employees, that innovation can serve collaboration and that it is possible to combine efficiency and fulfilment at work.”
He adds: “Our financial autonomy reassures our clients regarding our continuity. It allows us to remain true to our values and gives us the strategic freedom to develop our solutions to respond to the expectations of our clients and to earn their trust.”
Before approaching the markets of Digital Workplace and of Blended Learning, Jalios successfully positioned itself in connected markets for content management, portal, document management, collaboration and company social networks.
This pragmatic approach has brought success to the French developer, whose international turnover has increased 20%. Jalios anticipates hiring 20 new staff members this year.