Tibco software have picked up two new Australian clients with its enterprise Cloud social networking platform, Tibbr.
Accounting group HLB Mann Judd and real estate agency Compton Green have deployed the collaboration platform in a bid to streamline internal communications.
According to a company statement, tibbr enabled HLB Mann Judd and Compton Green to move away from legacy technologies to a collaborative, secure cloud platform where employees have a single place for their work activities.
HLB Mann Judd director of marketing and business development, Jacqui Walford, said due to expansion, the company needed to align strategic planning, external branding and to enable collaboration and better communication.
“With tibbr, we now have a space for continuous and organised knowledge sharing, and more immediate and easy access to information and documents, creating a culture transparency that wasn’t possible before,” she said.
Compton Green director, Adrian Butera, said his company needed a tool that connected the team and helped foster real-time conversations, regardless of location.
“Tibbr provides a single destination for our team to carry out daily work activities and collaborate on them with each other,” he said.
Tibco president, Ram Menon, said tibbr was a flexible platform that allowed both HLB Mann Judd and Compton Green to bring together vital information at their fingertips, ultimately empowering people to work in a more effective way.