SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 15, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Jive Software (Nasdaq:JIVE), the leading social business platform, today opened a San Francisco office. Jive's new location will be on 501 2nd Street in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood. This expansion comes on the heels of recent successes, including the acquisitions of Meetings.io and Producteev, and more than 50 customer wins last quarter alone.
"Our new presence in San Francisco has already helped us attract and retain some of the brightest technologists in the valley," said Jive Software CEO Tony Zingale. "We are thrilled to have this new space as we continue to expand our business and use our social platform to change how people work every day."
Primarily dedicated to engineering and sales teams, the San Francisco space will help facilitate Jive's growth and innovative offerings, while providing flexibility and workplace options to the growing employee base. Jive's other office locations include: Palo Alto, Calif., Portland, Ore., Boulder, Colo. and Tel Aviv, Israel.
About Jive Software
Jive Software (Nasdaq:JIVE) is the world's leading social business provider. We bring social technology innovations from the consumer world into enterprises securely and at scale, changing the way work gets done. Our platform combines the power of big data, enterprise integrations and social collaboration technologies. Millions of people at the world's largest companies are using Jive-powered networks internally and externally to transform their businesses. For a free trial of Jive's next-generation social business platform, please visit Try Jive.
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