The company says it will retain all 150 employees in its Portland office, but needs to change locations to raise its profile in the technology industry.
"It's definitely a loss for the city and the region," said Skip Newberry, economic adviser to Mayor Sam Adams.
However, Newberry said the pieces are coming together to make Portland a better long-term home to fast-growing companies like Jive. "We've got a lot of momentum around what we're trying to do here," he said.
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