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Jive Software, a Portland, Ore.-based collaboration software startup, has raised $15 million in funding from Sequoia Capital.  Jim Goetz is the Sequoia partner leading the investment in the company, which has been profitable since it was launched in 2001. The new money will be used to […]

Jive Software, a Portland, Ore.-based collaboration software startup, has raised $15 million in funding from Sequoia Capital.  Jim Goetz is the Sequoia partner leading the investment in the company, which has been profitable since it was launched in 2001. The new money will be used to push sales and marketing of its Clearspace line-up of products.

  1. Is this like Groove or something?

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  2. Hadn’t even heard of Jive prior to this…Unless it was in a TechCrunch article somewhere.

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  3. [...] Sequoia Invests $15 million in Jive Software Jive Software, a Portland, Ore.-based collaboration software startup, has raised $15 million in funding from Sequoia […] [...]

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  4. [...] As of Monday morning, still nothing from the horse’s mouth, but Om Malik is reporting that the funding will be used to “push sales and marketing of its Clearspace [...]

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  5. Clearspace is a really great product for development related / good collaboration systems.

    I think other than Drupal which is for CMS only, Clearspace its one of the strongest in the space. I hope there was something like this in PHP! :)

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  6. [...] in 2008, with several large infusions of capital in to budding Enterprise 2.0 startups such as $15million that Sequoia Capital recently invested in Portland based Jive Software, and $20million from Intel Capital which was invested in Telligent, a Dallas, Texas, [...]

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  7. [...] in 2008, with several large infusions of capital in to budding Enterprise 2.0 startups such as $15million that Sequoia Capital recently invested in Portland based Jive Software, and $20million from Intel Capital which was invested in Telligent, a Dallas, Texas, [...]

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