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Vivek Ranadivé is the founder and CEO of TIBCO, a software company in Silicon Valley devoted to what in the technology business is known as real-time processing.
The Mumbai-born Ranadive, an MIT
alumnus, believes the US Federal Reserve
and governments should switch to real-time processing. Ranadivé spoke to Binoy Prabhakar in Las Vegas on the sidelines of TUCON, a TIBCO annual event, where customers gathered to discuss the challenges of data deluge in the 21st century.
He might not have the profile of a Jobs, Ellison, or Zuckerberg, but in a region where so many corporations are identified with their iconic CEOs, Vivek Ranadivé stands out even more than most as the face and voice of his company.
To dig deeper into the company's story, Cramer went one-on-one with Chairman and CEO Vivek Ranadivé. Watch the video
to see the full interview.
Ranadivé likes basketball so much, he bought the Golden State Warriors.
Mr. Vivek Ranadivé, the Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of TIBCO Software, Inc. believes that software from his company has what it takes to enable companies to do such things, and he probably knows what he is talking about – his company helps around 4,000 customers manage data in real time.
Vivek Ranadivé, TIBCO Software CEO, on job creation and the H-1B Visa which allowed a U.S. company to employ foreign workers for up to six years.
Vivek Ranadivé - "I was fortunate enough to have spent time with Steve Jobs over the years and I consider him a friend. The first time I met Steve Jobs was in the late 1980s after he was fired from Apple
What if we could predict the future? TIBCO's CEO Vivek Ranadivé believes that we can.
"I walked away impressed that in its somewhat low-key marketing style TIBCO has learned to bridge the gap between the technical and the business executives. The sub-title of Vivek's book is How we Succeed by Anticipating the Future – Just Enough. In a world of IT excess, Just Enough sounds magical to business executives."
At the annual user conference of software integration and business optimization software provider TIBCO,
chairman and CEO Vivek Ranadivé noted the criticality of "what" data brings to decision makers before "why" in today's business.
TIBCO Software is an interesting company, it is doing extremely well, and it’s on track to report nearly $1 billion in revenues this year.
TIBCO customers are drawn from the ranks of some of the largest and most recognizable companies on the planet.
Few technology vendors – if they have any ambitions – can ignore the cloud. Customers demand it and vendors better have an answer.
Learn how to quickly and easily create, publish, and share customized business intelligence dashboards and advanced analytics applications via the cloud with TIBCO Silver Spotfire 2.0.
Thanks to the exponential growth in the use of unstructured data by companies, including social customer data, many decision-makers are wrestling with the most effective ways to analyze real-time data quickly and effectively.
TIBCO, a provider of infrastructure software, has launched its Silver Spotfire 2.0 – a portfolio of on-demand offerings enabling anyone with an Internet connection to create, publish and share customized business intelligence (BI) dashboards and advanced analytics applications via the cloud.
By way of positioning, TIBCO provides the technology 'plumbing' that powers some of the largest businesses on the planet including NASDAQ, FedEx, Vodafone, much of Wall Street, the banking world, telco utilities and so on.
TIBCO has updated its business intelligence software-as-a-service portfolio with Silver Spotfire 2.0, which boasts self-service capabilities and templates to help business users make better decisions.
TIBCO Software shares closed above the 50-day moving average of $22.99 on Tuesday
Las Vegas is the destination this week for many TIBCO users attending its annual TUCON event.
TIBCO Software CEO Vivek Ranadivé on how the firm's software gives companies more predictive capabilities in an effort to prevent problems.
One of the most important books to be published in recent times is "The Two-Second Advantage: How We Succeed by Anticipating the Future – Just Enough" (Vivek Ranadivé and Kevin Maney; Crown Publishing Group, NY; July 2011).
In this latest installment of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, Ranadivé spoke with IDGE Chief Content Officer John Gallant about why your company needs to move to real-time computing and how TIBCO's 'two-second advantage' can change your business.
With all respect to the guy in those beer commercials, Vivek Ranadivé might be the world's most interesting man.
Vivek Ranadivé is one of those CEOs who was born with a silver quote in his mouth. He's great on television, he gives entertaining speeches, and interviewing him is like bathing in a river of aphorisms and metaphors.
TIBCO Software hit a new 52-week high Wednesday as it is currently trading at $30.78, above its previous 52-week high of $30.75 with 1.1 million shares traded as of 11:42 a.m. ET.
TIBCO, provider of infrastructure software for use on-premise or in cloud-based environments, has announced an upgrade to their enterprise social computing platform, tibbr 3.0, adding unified communication capabilities, such as HD video conferencing and desktop sharing within tibbr, as well as better integration with enterprise systems.
TIBCO has added a slew of new unified communications capabilities with version 3.0 of tibbr in an effort to "Unify more of the communications tools you need to speed up and improve the flow of work," says Ram Menon, executive vice president of worldwide strategy, TIBCO.
Jayson takes a close look at TIBCO's margins stating that "The more TIBCO Software keeps of each buck it earns in revenue, the more money it has to invest in growth, fund new strategic plans, or distribute to shareholders."
TIBCO Software Inc. announced tibbr 3.0, a transformative upgrade to its enterprise social computing platform. First released in January 2011, tibbr empowers professionals to follow their relevant colleagues, systems, and subjects that drive their businesses.
TIBCO is positioning version 3.0 of its tibbr enterprise social media environment as a "21st century universal inbox for social computing".
Ma speaks with James Bernardin, TIBCO’s vice president of engineering, about the forthcoming HTML5 technical standard for presenting content on the Web, as well as the launch of TIBCO's own WebSockets-based product on June 14.
TIBCO has unveiled tibbr 3.0 that features robust unified communications capabilities, including HD video conferencing and desktop sharing from within tibbr as well as strengthened integration to important enterprise systems.
Linssen states that tibbr is one single, platform-agnostic, device-agnostic, location-agnostic system on which you can seamlessly run everything. With a strong focus on enterprises, tibbr might very well become the new Operating System for the Enterprise.
According to Howlett, what TIBCO has done with tibbr is pull off a trick not seen done before. It has straddled both business and IT, giving them a solid reason to speak with one another on equal terms.
The enterprise social media platform comes with new upgrades to keep employees and systems connected.
TIBCO, the enterprise infrastructure software company, today announced an upgrade for their enterprise social networking product tibbr.
Kolsky describes tibbr as a platform destined to adapt to the way people work. It does not require people to change their method of work, nor does it require a different interface to be learned.
Kolsky includes tibbr 3.0 screenshots to his previous post, "tibbr 3.0 Launches. Is This Something?"
TIBCO Software Inc. has unveiled several updates to its social networking tool for business customers as it seeks to capitalize on the growing demand for communications platforms built for the enterprise.
Welcome to an on-going series of interviews with the people behind the technologies in Social Business. The interviews provide insightful points of view from a customer, industry, and vendor perspective. Ram Menon, executive vice president, talks about why social computing is changing the world for TIBCO’s customers.
With tibbr 3.0, TIBCO is launching a bevy of features that all add up to create a more unified collaborations and communications suite.
According to Simpson, TIBCO has reached a tipping point where it can continue to work as an independent company due to its solid second fiscal quarter results and its broad base of offerings.
With the upgrade to tibbr 3.0, infrastructure company TIBCO continues to expand its presence beyond content processing and into the hot social computing segment.
TIBCO stock prices jumped following their second fiscal quarter report. TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé states: "Working with TIBCO, customers are addressing many of today's greatest needs, such as preventing service outages before they happen, avoiding security breaches before data is lost, and optimizing the revenue opportunity at every point of sale."
TIBCO Software Inc.'s second-quarter earnings rose 64 percent as more businesses snap up its products to help manage the torrent of information cascading in from smartphones and social networks.
TIBCO Software Inc. reported a better-than-expected profit for the second quarter as revenues recorded a significant growth, helped by a 32 percent jump in licensing revenue. Both earnings and revenue for the quarter came in well-ahead of Street estimates.
Ahmed reports that TIBCO Software Inc.'s quarterly results beat market estimates, helped by a recovery in IT spending by firms that fueled growth in its licensing revenue.
TIBCO VP or Product Marketing, Rourke McNamara, states that "TIBCO is extending its high-performance messaging technology into the web and mobile space, and offering the two-second advantage to companies looking to offer custom-built services to their customers."
Big data, some 35,000 exabytes by 2020 according to IDC, is driving organizations to boost spending on data collaboration, analyzing and solutions-oriented software. TIBCO stands to benefit as IT spending at financial institutions increases post-recession.
Anders states that real opportunity for companies lies in business intelligence and data mining. TIBCO Software Inc. specializes in mining large data sets fast, creating what CEO Vivek Ranadive calls the two-second advantage.
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé tells Reuters, "The promise and scope of Big Data is that within all that data lies the answer to just about everything."
TIBCO's tibbr gives employees the ability to track colleagues' comments to learn more about products, marketing, etc. and quickly collaborate in real-time.
At the 2011 BiblioTech Conference held at Stanford University, TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé offers insights around he questions of: What can humanities PhDs offer the world outside academia? Is there a larger role for humanists with higher education degrees and advanced knowledge in the world of financial and technological innovation?
Ted provides an overview of TIBCO, its products and the 21st century problems that they solve, as well as recent coverage and stock performance.
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé said Humanities students show passion and dedication which are qualities that the fast-growing companies of the Silicon Valley are looking for.
In this recording of his keynote at the Stanford BiblioTech Conference, TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé shares with the audience his incredible success in the business world and discusses how innovation in the 21st century will be driven by right brain thinking.
In a video interview with Gregg Greenberg, TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé says the company has big plans for the social networking space.
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé offers his opinions on the topic: Is there a future for humanities PhDs in technology, science and industry?
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé joins other leading Silicon Valley Executives as the opening keynote speaker for the Stanford BiblioTech Conference.
Tom talks about TIBCO's two-second advantage and how its technologies help solve 21st century problems using real-time data.
Rajani states that TIBCO Software has a significant edge in the business software industry because of its data management solutions and the two-second advantage.
Shares of TIBCO Software (TIBX) traded near a new 52-week high Friday of $28.31.
TIBCO Software has launched its new extreme-low-latency messaging solution, TIBCO FTL. Trading firms can now access services such as market data and distribute information internally up to 40 per cent faster.
TIBCO has unveiled its FTL (Faster Than Light) messaging solution for traders in the capital markets. In bench-testing the new system, using figures for average end-to-end latency with 16-byte messages, TIBCO has set new records in latency.
TIBCO Software (TIBX), the maker of business software, returns to the list for the first time since December with a strong, No. 11 ranking.
TIBCO Software (TIBX) hit a new 52-week high Friday as it traded at $28.30 compared with its previous 52-week high of $27.36.
Vivek Ranadivé, TIBCO Software CEO, talks with Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West" about TIBCO's software and services growth in retail. Ranadivé also discusses companies' use of data.
Create Your Next Customer spotlight on Ram Menon, CMO and EVP of TIBCO Software Inc.
TIBCO Software CEO, Vivek Ranadivé, tells us how the software company's products help financial companies speed up their access to information.
TIBCO Software has launched its new low-latency messaging solution, TIBCO FTL. With TIBCO FTL, trading firms are claimed to be able to access services and distribute information internally up to 40 percent faster.
A growing number of technology giants and software start-ups are trying to make business applications more "social," as business-software vendors and customers look to take advantage of people's growing interest in social networking.
Targeted at algorithmic trading on multi-core machines, TIBCO FTL claims to be 40 percent faster than competitors like Informatica, IBM and Solace.
TIBCO Software posted a 54 percent jump in first-quarter net income on strong license growth and issued a second-quarter revenue outlook above analyst expectations.
TIBCO just took the lead in the Wall Street speed race and is now measuring latency in nanoseconds.
TIBCO Software unveiled a low-latency messaging solution that can relay messages between hosts in just 3 microseconds.
TIBCO has formally released its FTL - Faster Than Light - messaging product aimed squarely at the ultra low-latency space.
TIBCO Software has teamed up with Intel to create a new messaging system which handles messages in nanoseconds, undercutting rivals' speeds by more than 40 percent.
TIBCO Software's new FTL (Faster Than Light) messaging middleware beats the microsecond barrier and is more than 40 percent faster than any competing product currently on the market.
TIBCO's new ultra-low-latency messaging system is designed from the ground up to leverage new multi-core servers in order to meet the nanosecond-level latency requirements of high-frequency traders for their internal data distribution.
TIBCO Software, trading messaging services provider, is launching TIBCO FTL – a new messaging system that reduces transmission times and serves as a response to the vendor's competitor. TIBCO FTL has an edge because it keeps speed high and latency low while offering a range of functionality.
TIBCO has announced the release of FTL, its extremely low latency middleware solution for high speed algorithmic trading. TIBCO FTL is optimized to leverage the latest advancements like multi-core processors, in-memory architectures and networking technologies.
TIBCO Software launched TIBCO FTL, a low latency messaging system with intra-host communication latency of 384 nanoseconds.
TIBCO has unveiled a new application messaging system called Faster Than Light (FTL) that is designed to speed up financial trading.
TIBCO has unveiled a software messaging system dubbed Faster Than Light (FTL) that send and receive information within nanoseconds. The new system was designed to meet the needs of sectors such as banking and trading.
With the release of its low-latency FTL messaging product, TIBCO Software aims to "dominate in the front office," a space where it got started in the mid 1980s.
TIBCO Software launched its new extreme-low-latency messaging solution, TIBCO FTL. With TIBCO FTL, trading firms can access services like market data and distribute information internally up to 40 percent faster – resulting in a significant competitive advantage.
TIBCO Software has come up with middleware that reduces the time that it takes to send a message from a sender to a receiver on the same computing server by 40 percent.
PC Market reports on OOCL's adoption of tibbr, which has allowed employees from different departments to voice out their constructive suggestions to management. The feedback from the employees at OOCL using tibbr has all been very positive.
CIBER's VP of Technology, Jon Scarpelli, Highlights the Benefits of TIBCO's tibbr, a Social Networking Tool for the Enterprise.
Sing Tao Daily reports on the launch of tibbr in Hong Kong during Social Media Week. Ram Menon, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Marketing at TIBCO, points out that the impact of social networks on communications are significant, and the launch of tibbr will optimize collaboration, communication and efficiency of employees, customers and business partners.
ComputerWorld Hong Kong reports on OOCL's adoption of tibbr, which CIO Steve Siu defines as more of a culture change for the organization than a technology project.
Hong Kong Economic Times reports on the launch of tibbr and how since its launch four weeks ago, the product has already gained more than 40,000 users.
As part of ReadWriteWeb's Enterprise Startup Spotlight, Klint Finley defines tibbr in two words: "universal inbox".
IT BusinessEdge Q&A with Ram Menon, EVP, TIBCO, on tibbr and its collaboration capabilities.
Dave Bailey rates tibbr and provides product screenshots and overviews of important features.
Social is born for the company.
Ross Dawson gives his expert opinion on why tibbr is a big step forward for enterprise social software – in concept and in practice.
iTWire reviews tibbr and its use for large enterprises.
Michael Nace gives his thoughts on why tibbr represents the best chance for social media to take hold in the workplace and how it can help organize the information glut.
Computer Business Review's Steve Evans introduces tibbr and quotes CMO Ram Menon's belief that tibbr has an advantage over competitors because TIBCO took the time to listen to customers and really think through feedback when developing the product.
tibbr Syndey launch keynote speaker Ross Dawson reviews highlights of previous tibbr coverage, including ones from ReadWriteWeb, Dennis Howlett, and Martijn Linssen.
Martijn Linssen reports on the London launch of tibbr and why he, as someone with 15 years of experience in the field of Integration, is impressed with the product and its functionality.
tibbr, the new social enterprise platform from TIBCO
Simon Baker of Baker Avenue Asset Management suggests TIBCO's stock as one to watch out for, especially with TIBCO's launch of its social collaboration tool tibbr.
CNBC Video features Vivek Ranadivé, chairman and CEO of TIBCO and explores TIBCO's successes and the importance of context in the 21st century.
CIBER announces its commitment to deploy tibbr across its 8,000 employees to enable mission-critical enterprise applications, systems, and people to follow and communicate with each other in real time.
Gartner senior analyst Larry Cannell gives an overview of tibbr and highlights its strong application integration capabilities.
Dennis Howlett gives background on TIBCO and shares his thoughts on what makes tibbr unique from a business integration perspective.
CMSWire compares tibbr to other collaboration tools and reports on what makes tibbr different and why it may rock the Enterprise 2.0 world.
Information Management features tibbr in its New Product News.
Forbes journalist Kym McNicholas blogs on her interview with MGM Resorts International's CAO Aldo Manzini, who discusses MGM's decision to use tibbr as an in-house social computing platform for its employees.
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé sits down with Dennis Howlett and talks about tibbr and the role it plays in TIBCO's vision to transform businesses into 21st century enterprises.
Krishnan Subramanian from CloudAve reviews tibbr's features and how it achieves an enterprise-wide integration of people, processes and context.
Forrester analyst Rob Koplowitz blogs on tibbr's release and identifies the product’s ability to drive highly relevant information into the worker experience.
Media alert on tibbr's general release and the upcoming launch event taking place in London on Tuesday, February 1, 2011.
Eric Doyle reports for eWeek Europe on how tibbr provides a subject-based Facebook-like experience for corporate staff, highlighting insight from TIBCO’s CEO Vivek Ranadivé.
Jacob Morgan reviews tibbr's features after attending the launch event in San Francisco and gives his thoughts on why tibbr may prove to be a true enterprise collaboration platform.
InformationWeek covers tibbr and the way it integrates the social network stream with internal data to offer a single, contextual view of information.
Dennis Howlett attends the tibbr launch in San Francisco and gives his take on the product and its main appeal to businesses.
Larry Lehawes blogs on tibbr's significance for Enterprise 2.0 and the Social Business.
Dan Worth reviews tibbr as a social networking tool designed to allow employees to keep track of relevant data in the office or when working remotely.
Connie Madon reports on the tibbr product launch and highlights TIBCO’s recent financial growth.
SmartData Collective profiles tibbr as a "Real-Time Opportunity to See Social Business in Action."
ZDNet's Dennis Howlett takes an in-depth look at tibbr's features and the product's potential for changing the way people work and deliver value to the enterprise
Chris Kanaracus of IDG News reviews tibbr and the positive nods the product has received from large enterprise user CIBER and the CEO of Constellation Research.
VatorNews interviews Ram Menon, TIBCO EVP-Worldwide Marketing, about tibbr and how the enterprise social network plans to make social media more productive.
CustomerThink's Bob Thompson gives his perspective on how tibbr is further evidence that large enterprises are moving towards becoming a Social Business.
CRN gives an overview of how tibbr provides a way for a company's employees, customers and partners to interact with each other and with the information and events generated by their IT systems.
Aldo Manzini, CAO of MGM Resorts International, talks to Forbes about deploying IT globally and use of tibbr as an in-house mobile, networking and collaboration platform for MGM employees.
ReadWriteWeb looks at tibbr's key features and cites a positive review by ZDNet’s Dennis Howlett.
GigaOm's Simon Mackie gives a review of tibbr and its potential for cutting down information clutter in the workplace.
Journalist Tom Foremski highlights the tibbr launch in San Francisco and gives his take on "how tibbr could potentially become a widely used personal business dashboard for any employee."
Marilyn Much gives background on TIBCO's financial successes and highlights the company's newest product—tibbr, a collaboration tool designed for the enterprise.
CIO's Brad Howarth explores the growing importance of in-memory computing for large enterprises and highlights TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé's vision of enabling corporations to evolve from transaction-driven businesses to ones that act in real time based on existing data.
San Francisco Business Times explores how TIBCO’s technology helps companies from a diverse range of industries use data from vast digital databases to better connect with employees and consumers.
Managing editor James Gardner profiles TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé's global dreams for the Golden State Warrior to become the first basketball team of the 21st Century — with 21st century ways of reaching out to fans and 21st century techniques for playing the game.
Vivek Ranadivé, TIBCO CEO, appears on Fox Business News to offer perspective on the doubling of the company’s stock in the past 12 months and its future growth plans.
CEO Vivek Ranadivé discusses becoming a major stake-holder in the NBA basketball team Golden State Warriors and his hopes for popularizing the sport worldwide.
TIBCO EVP-Worldwide Marketing, Ram Menon, discusses TIBCO’s marketing efforts and explains his motto: "bonding is the new branding."
TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé appears on Bloomberg TV's CEO Sitdown to discuss the importance of real-time technology and how TIBCO’s products are helping companies everywhere solve 21st century problems.
Q&A with Rick Llewellyn, director of systems, vice president and senior professional associate of HDR, on how his company benefits from using products from TIBCO to share large engineering files.