Collaboration Everywhere

The enterprise collaboration platform with 360-degree view of people, discussions, tasks, and content via mobile, web and apps.

Far more than just a linear stream of messages, tibbr is the workspace for an evolving workforce. It connects content, context, and collective intelligence to all your channels so work happens faster — from anywhere. No wonder over six million people in more than 100 countries use tibbr every day.


Speed information flow

Open lines of communication between employees, empowering them with a self-service way to collaborate, share best practices, accelerate onboarding, and create virtual workspaces.

What is tibbr? What is tibbr?

Break down walls and silos

Make each person visible to every other person across your organization, making collaboration much easier and applying expertise right where (and when) it’s needed.

tibbr for Collaborating Around Files Upload, access and collaborate around files.

Accelerate innovation

tibbr lets you tap into the collective intelligence of your workforce, promoting meaningful contributions. New ideas can come from anywhere, and tibbr helps them bubble to the surface. External communities facilitate input from partners, vendors, and customers.

The social network for work tibbr: The social network for work.

Increase productivity

Integrate the most popular enterprise apps, reducing all the toggling between them to get things done. You can access files from various systems, take action, and converse about a team, project, or task all in one place, any place, via any device.

What's New

The release of tibbr 7 brings exciting new capabilities to the enterprise collaboration platform. Some examples why tibbr remains a leader:

  • FedRamp certification: tibbr is secure enough to be used by government agencies and business organizations.
  • Unlimited external communities: Include customers, partners, and/or vendors; free with hosted version.
  • Custom analytics via TIBCO Spotfire®: Enable users to review activities such as interdepartmental posts and what’s being shared across departments