Marjory is a reference to a very common name for female telephone operators in the 1950s who managed the interconnection between users of the first telephone lines.
The co-founders of the company: Kamel, Christophe and Frédéric chose this name to embody a low-code technological solution that accelerates the integration of the various software bricks of an information system through the automation of processes, particularly in the field of marketplaces.
To realign business and IT around an automation platform that simplifies access to knowledge, to a software ecosystem and accelerates the integration of new projects (such as marketplace projects) with an existing information system and/or third-party services. The goal: to unlock business value.
“We convey our expertise and erase the unexpected to guide our customers in their journey to success”
“We unleash human intelligence with powerful innovation that serves people first”
“We focus on concrete and actionable steps to deliver the best of ourselves as a team and individuals”
Launch of the project. Kamel, Christophe and Frédéric launch the project with AREA42, the innovation ecosystem of Credendo, a major European credit insurance group.
The same year, Marjory successfully unveils its first demo at the B2B Rocks conference at StationF
Marjory launches the first version of its automation solution and signs its first customers, Marketplace operators and first partnerships with Marketplace service providers.
Marjory allows, for the first time, an operator to launch its B2B marketplace in only 2 months!
February > March
Marjory recruits its first sales & marketing resources!
Marjory signs new marketplace operator clients, such as Électro Dépôt to launch the Reconomia refurbished products Marketplace.
Marjory’s first official birthday
Launch of new products features such as “Business Processes” which offers the possibility to create, in Marjory, business processes to meet functional needs and then to make them technically executable.
Official launch of Reconomia by Electro Dépôt, powered by Marjory
Marjory moves into its own offices