|Headquarters||Palo Alto, California, U.S.|
|Elisa Steele, CEO, President
Bryan LeBlanc, CFO
|Revenue||US$195.8 Million (2015)|
|Owner||Aurea Software, Inc.|
Number of employees
Jive was headquartered in Palo Alto, California. Founded in 2001, Jive maintains additional offices in Portland, OR; San Francisco, CA; New York, NY; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Reading, UK; Frankfurt, Germany; São Paulo, Brazil; Tel Aviv, Israel; Melbourne, Australia; Hong Kong; Singapore, Tokyo and Paris. On June 12th, 2017, Aurea completed the acquisition of Jive Software.
In May 2011, Jive announced the acquisition of OffiSync, an Israeli startup that adds a collaboration layer to Microsoft Office applications.
In November 2012, Jive announced the acquisition of technology companies Producteev and Meetings.io. Producteev produces a cloud-based task management application with web, desktop, and mobile clients. Meetings.io provides a chat and video conferencing tool. In May 2013, the company announced the newly redesigned version of Producteev by Jive as a stand-alone free app to individuals and teams of any size. Jive released the real-time communication features from Meetings.io over the course of 2013. These features were then broken out into a stand-alone app called Jive Chime.
In May 2013, Jive announced the acquisition of CLARA and StreamOnce and detailed their integration in the Jive Platform. The integration of CLARA's Jive Resonata product brings community analytics to the platform and allows users to measure the reach, sentiment and influence of their work, and use predictive analysis to anticipate customer behavior.
In 2011, Jive filed for a $100 million IPO. The company had its IPO on December 12, 2011, on the NASDAQ stock exchange, raising $161.3 million from investors, around $60 million higher than was planned.
On November 4, 2014 Tony Zingale announced his retirement as CEO and that he would take an extended role on the board as executive chairman. Jive appointed Elisa Steele president and to office of the CEO until the board found a replacement.
On February 10, 2015, Elisa Steele was named CEO, alongside her existing role as president. At the time, she was also named to the Jive board of directors.
By 2015, the company's customer and revenue growth had declined to a market cap of $400 million. Independent technology analysis firm, the Real Story Group, assessed the potential for a take over of the firm, postulating that Jive may represent "the canary in the coal mine," indicating a more systemic shift in the market for enterprise collaboration software.
On February 7, 2017 during the earnings call Jive announced that the past quarter (Q4,2016) was the first where the company had achieved GAAP operating profitability. 
On May 1st, 2017, Jive announced that it had entered "into Definitive Agreement to Become Part of the Aurea Family of Companies for $462 Million in Cash"