At Jive we know a thing or two about winning. Although we’re one of the younger players in the game, we’ve been known to go up against the big guys and come out on top—that, among other reasons, is why we’re rooting for the U.S. in this year’s World Cup.
Jive’s Customer Care team is proud to be ranked #1 in the industry. Hear from Jive’s Director of Customer Experience on how to produce the highest quality, T.O.T.A.L. experience.
Jive’s rise as one of the nation’s top Cloud Voice providers has been matched with our recognition as the best provider in the industry to work for. Within each Jiver’s realm of responsibility, he or she has the opportunity to be a leader. Jive leaders are generous leaders.
Companies usually only excel in one of three areas: quality, service, and price. Jive has somehow found a way to deliver value in all three areas. Find out how!
Jive knows how messy new phone systems can be. That’s why we’ve organized a team uniquely trained to help you through the process from start to finish. We make the process easy. How easy? Find out now.
So why all the hype around UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service)? Jive explains the benefits of UCaaS and why it’s an $88B business.
To stay on top of their game, Jive’s growing Service Account Management team attended a “Fundamentals of Project Management” seminar held in Salt Lake City.
Jive Communications, Inc. is proud to announce that our President & CEO, John Pope, is a finalist for the 2014 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Here are a few reasons we think John is the bomb…
Over 50 Jive employees donated their time and money to help provide books, toys, clothes, and other holiday items to children in the local community. This was a great way to spread holiday cheer and make the season a little more bright for those in need. Bill Hulterstrom recently presented Jive with the Live United appreciation award for our participation in the Sub-for-Santa initiative, which helps thousands of children in Utah County each year.
Jive Communications goes to the Olympics this year – but not in Sochi. Everyone from China to Sweden to the U.S.A. attended, and things got a little crazy (crazy delicious, that is).