May 17th, 2011

Jive Software is in a (deeper) relationship with Facebook ♥


Jive Software is in a (deeper) relationship with Facebook ♥

You know Jive Software, right? The still pretty much a Portland company that leads the whole social business software market? Well, leaders need to keep moving. And as such, Jive is getting even more social.

This morning, Jive unveiled a Facebook connector that allows businesses to better manage their external Jive network and their Facebook presence—all from within Jive.

According to TechCrunch:

Modeled to offer Facebook-like features to enterprises, Jive’s software combines computing with social collaboration to offer fully-featured social networks for businesses. Its suite of applications help businesses collaborate on a variety of tasks, including holding discussions, communication, sharing documents, blogging, running polls, and social networking features and more.

Jive’s Facebook Connector allows companies to integrate customer interactions and information residing on a company or brand’s Facebook page in Jive’s customer communities. Once connected, content generated in Facebook will be replicated and available in the Jive customer community.

How’s it work? Let’s take a look.

Pretty cool. And also showing how managing the social media presence for a company is becoming a critical business need for forward thinking companies.

For more on the connector, read the Jive press release. For more information, visit Jive Software.

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5 Responses to “Jive Software is in a (deeper) relationship with Facebook ♥”

  1. I have been reading your website for a good while. Keep up the awesome job you are doing.

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  3. Jobs4.org says:

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