In Orem, Utah, Jive employees gave the gift of Christmas service by donating hundreds of gifts to children through Sub for Santa. With over 400 employees excited to participate, Jive’s HR department had a difficult time keeping Angel tags on the company Christmas trees. “I had to print out pages of tags multiple times,” said HR Administrator, Allison Talbot. “As soon as I put more Sub for Santa names on the tree, they were all gone.”
If you visited Jive at Channel Partners at Las Vegas, you know that this year we put the pedal to the metal to make 2016 our best show yet.
The holidays are officially upon us. The stockings are hung by the chimney with care, and sugar-plums (aka iPads and Wii games) are dancing in children’s heads. And beyond thinking about family coming into town, or all the gifts you still haven’t crossed off your list, I’m sure you’re still working up to those early 2016 trade shows. So, in the spirit of the season, we’d like to present eight lessons for preparing for a trade show from the jolly North Pole-dwelling man himself. Dress the part. Santa is representing himself as a brand, and thus must dress the part. […]
Oh say can you see… Over 1,000 informative sessions and interactive activities 500 + exhibiting companies (30 startups) More than 16,000 attendees from around the globe For over three decades, ISTE has been the premier outlet for educators and industry professionals to survey and learn about the latest and greatest in classroom technology, and we are more than happy to be attending once again. At Jive, we value perpetual learning and improvement in the classroom, and have proved ourselves to be an integral component of the future of education nationwide. We are more than your average Cloud-based phone system. Jive’s […]
Jive proudly sponsored the ng conf 2015 Kids Coding Bootcamp that took place March 5-6 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. Using Scratch, a block-based programming language developed at MIT, kids designed their own games, mazes and characters while learning basic programming skills they can build on in the future. This video highlights the kids who went through the Bootcamp, their excitement about coding, and basically shows that they will take over the world before we know it. With these developers at the helm, the future of the Cloud is in pretty safe hands. The best and […]
Technology has grown from a luxury to a necessity in just a few short years. Classrooms have evolved from the chalkboard to the overhead projector to video content, PowerPoint presentations, eBooks, and much more. It is common to walk into a university library and see students studying with nothing but a laptop—the books on the shelves acting as nothing but wall art. Many argue that technology is killing communication, but universities and colleges know differently. They understand that technology is actually improving and enhancing communications. In fact, students and teachers alike expect collaboration outside the classroom to occur effortlessly, with […]
Channel Partners 2015 is here and our Jive crew is in full force at the Mandalay Bay Expo Hall. This year we made the public debut of the Jive Jeep, a custom build from our friends/clients over at West Coast Customs. We absolutely love having it and it looks great having the suspension all flexed out! If you haven’t had the chance, come by and take a look at the customization job. There are a lot of little details to admire. You can even hop up in the Jeep! And be sure to come by and grab some of our […]
Jive Communications has joined as an official Gold sponsor of the upcoming Channel Partners Conference and Expo and 9th Women in the Channel Networking and Enrichment Event. WiC is a grassroots organization made up of women who are in leadership, ownership and revenue generating roles in the alternate sales channel sector of the telecommunications industry.
Generally, companies have their trade show timeline mapped out like a well-oiled machine. And generally, this machine follows a meticulous six month plan. The Six Month Timeline 6 months out: Overview and analyze shows from previous years and set new goals. What worked well? What could be better? 5 months out: Determine your budget, and based on your goals select shows and booth spaces you think would best fulfill those objectives. 4 months out: Evaluate your current booth and technology, and if looking for a change, reach out to some different companies about construction. 3 months out: Choose your booth […]