PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: JIVE) announced that they have been selected by SCG, one of the leading conglomerates in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), to transform the way the 100-year-old organization gets work done. SCG will use Jive's industry-leading social business platform to help employees collaborate and communicate more effectively and boost individual and team productivity -- whether for people based in one of the Bangkok-based company's offices or for field workers on the ground.
With over 47,000 employees who focus on three core businesses – Cement-Building Materials, Chemicals, and Paper -- and manufacture more than 64,000 products, SCG continues to expand its business presence into international markets, and strongly emphasizes product innovation and improved processes. As SCG celebrates its centennial, one of the company's key priorities is to create an internal community to improve the way employees work with each other across geographies and time zones. At the same time, the company is looking at innovative ways the executive team can promote the company's vision and shared standards, processes and culture seamlessly.
"Our social business vision is to have a centralized location where SCG employees, customers and partners can collaborate and engage transparently around sustainability, innovation and operational excellence," said Kan Trakulhoon, president and CEO of SCG. "We look forward to working with Jive to enhance the way our employees come together to work on campaigns key to our business transformation initiatives."SCG selected Jive because of its innovation in the cloud, ease-of-use methodology and proven best practices in social business. As part of the rollout, SCG will take advantage of several key features of Jive, including enterprise collaboration tools such as simple content co-creation and group workspaces, customized gamification to promote e-learning and mobile apps to provide employees with anytime and anywhere access.