Jive Software

Jive Software

Jive Software creates social business software, serving a broad range of private enterprises and government agencies. The software integrates collaboration, community, social media monitoring and social networking features.

Jive's products apply technology that helps people connect, communicate and collaborate to get more work done and solve their daily business challenges in a social manner. The company strives to make the technology people use at work as good as the technology one uses in their personal lives, and the crowdsourcing, transparency and open dialog yield the best problem solving results.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2001
Employees
675
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