Jamal Benabbes Taarji
founder and CEO of GAM Enterprise and Phoenix Access
Jamal Benabbes Taarji, is the founder and CEO of GAM Enterprise and Phoenix Access. When he realized the high cost of custom software, reliable and time to market, for managers of small businesses, a major brake on their development and growth, he embarked on the development of this groundbreaking software solution.
Jamal Benabbes Taarji is a Computer engineer from the Higher Institute of Engineering of the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and holder of a DESS “Computerization of business” from the University of Paris-Dauphine, France.
As a Project Manager in large banks and insurance accounts, it is in this business that he realized how difficult it was to meet the challenge of compliance costs and delays in the implementation of software solutions. Thanks to major innovations made in the software production cycle, this new innovative and ground breaking product, allows companies to move from manual to software development – an intelligently automated software development-, which is effective and reliable.
The first software developed under Generium, is dedicated to the management of companies, 8 times faster than developing Java for example. For the first time, companies can focus on their core activities such as business management, production and foresight. It is a platform for innovative SaaS market with high potential and landmark.
In June 2014, Generium has won public recognition as a new innovative software solution from the PARIS REGION ENTREPRISES INNOVATION Centre, a Parisian public body, after thorough examination by the Centre’s experts. This recognition allows access to subsidized grants and credit for development.
Generium Marketing will be based on community management and resellers.
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