For the small business, it’s a big decision. Stay with your old dial tone system because you know how to work it, or jump aboard the new-age train and get a Hosted VoIP provider with all the new phone system features. The statistics show that most are moving in the direction of the Cloud, but there’s still a big problem. Most companies with a new-age Hosted VoIP system aren’t really utilizing it to its full (or even half of its) potential. You end up with a Cadillac of a phone system that you’re trying to push up a […]
Jive is in the business of helping people—most specifically, helping them to communicate—and we are passionate about sharing our success with others. In a world full of dog-eat-dog scenarios, the Jive Affiliate Program offers upfront and residual income benefits to anyone willing to refer customers. In essence, you become our eyes and ears. We do the heavy lifting, and you receive the monetary perks.
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.
In 1965 The Rolling Stones released the hit song Get Off Of My Cloud, which quickly reached the top of the Billboards and remained on the charts for weeks. Although the cloud that the band was referring to in the 60s is slightly different than the cloud we know today, Jive’s still taking a different approach than the Rolling Stones. They might not want you on their cloud, but we want you on ours! What is the cloud?
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!
While it’s true that for efficiency, the “assembly line” idea may have been a “best practice” for Taylor and Ford, it discouraged innovation and product improvement. What can you learn about best practices from their situation?