How Bitcoin code System could change your lives for better!
There is a reason why so many traders believe in investing in the bitcoin code system while a few are still apprehensive about it. This apprehension is all about how they will exchange the bi coins into their preferred currency and how difficult the exchange process could get. Earlier as the system was introduced there was no provision for the exchange process and it was a task, the whole conversion process could take stipulated tome and this wait for the money made all users lose some interest. All they were intending were some quick cash, although the inflow and profit were large, the conversion took time meaning the cash came to their hand after a period of wait time.
Now, the developers have understood this potential risk of losing so many traders and have designed that the robot itself exchanges the bitcoins to an equivalent currency that the user prefers. Now all it takes is setting the currency to your preference and the software allows you to withdraw in the intended currency you have marked while in the setup. This has made the whole process very simple and has minimized what little effort the traders had to put to see their money.
With a trading robot, the whole process of decision making gets simpler. Now the stress attached to such trading process is very high and when you are stressed, you tend to make a lot of judgment errors and bad decisions which could make your situations bad monetary wise. You will see that all your transactions are futile when you are under stress and you cannot make any profit. With a robot, there are no emotions attached and it is used to perform at its best whatever the situation is. It is programmed to go for maximum profit and it does so making the trader richer with the single transaction and showing us what is it worth.
It is further simplified to operate the software with just 3 simple steps and you are ready to go online when you complete them. You just need to fill up a registration form with simple details, set up a user interface and fund your account. These three steps lead you to go online with bitcoins trading. You can set the software in two modes, manual and autopilot, where the latter one means the robot will take over the processes.
As CEO of Jive Software, Dave Hersh is responsible for overseeing the company’s strategic direction, planning and implementation. In seven short years, Dave has led Jive Software from a small open source project to an Inc. 500 company with 100 percent annual growth rates.
Previously, Dave held the roles of CFO and product strategist at 4charity. Prior to that, he was a management consultant to Hewlett Packard, focused on HP’s Worldwide Information Management Strategy. Dave began his career as a strategy and change management consultant at VIA International in Chicago and London.
Dave has gained a reputation for his deep industry knowledge of collaboration, knowledge management and open source, and he is frequently tapped to present at industry events and serve as a media reference. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from DePauw University.
Sam has 15 years of technology marketing experience ranging from start-ups to Fortune-level hardware, productivity software, communications and media companies.
Prior to Jive Software, Sam was the Senior Vice President in charge of the global Microsoft Office marketing efforts at McCann Erickson–including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Sharepoint Server, Live Meeting and Live Communication Server. Sam has been Vice President of eBusiness & IT for 3Com, Vice President of Marketing for CNET, Vice President of Business Development for EuroRSCG and was Director of Dell Computer Corporation’s consumer and SMB online business.
Sam lives with his wife and two sons in Portland.
Scott Campbell joins Jive Software after successfully leading the sales organizations of two previous startup software companies. Prior to Jive Software, Scott spent 6 years at Tripwire, Inc., where Scott lead the Western Region and Inside Sales organizations, and was a driving force in taking Tripwire from the startup stage to becoming a world leader in enterprise class IT Security and Operations software solutions. Prior to Tripwire, Scott spent 5 years at Rogue Wave Software, a maker of C++ and Java development tools. While at Rogue Wave, Scott held several prominent roles as the Director of Western Region Sales, Director of Inside Sales, and OEM sales and was instrumental in the company’s successful public offering in 1996.
Scott has joined Jive Software to head up the Sales organization. He lives in Portland and holds a BS in Finance and International Business from Oregon State University.
Tom Berkompas brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the technology field having started his career with Price Waterhouse serving high tech clients in Silicon Valley in the 1980’s. He transferred to Portland in 1990 and since then has worked with software companies such as Central Point Software, Logic Modeling, NetIQ and WebTrends where he was Chief Financial Officer. Most recently Tom served as Chief Operating Officer for Business Intelligence Inc. a Portland-based, start-up software company operating in the business intelligence space. Tom joins us to develop our back office processes, systems and staff to support our growth.
Tom lives with his wife and 12 children on property just across the Columbia river in Southwest Washington.
Matt Tucker, co-founder and CTO, is responsible for the long-term technical and strategic direction of Jive’s products. Along with Bill Lynch, Matt founded Jive Software in 2001 and has helped build the company from two people to over a hundred. Matt is an active member in open standards communities including having served on the board of the XMPP Standards Foundation.
Prior to Jive, Matt worked as a software engineer at an internet startup in San Francisco called 4charity.
Matt holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Iowa.
As the head of Product Management, Bill is responsible for the product roadmap and helps drive product strategy. Along with Matt Tucker, Bill founded Jive Software in 2001 and has helped build the company from two people to over a hundred.
Prior to Jive, Bill worked as a software engineer at an internet startup in San Francisco called 4charity.
Bill holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Iowa.
Eric has 20 years of experience designing, engineering and delivering technology solutions to a variety of industries. Prior to Jive Software, Eric provided leadership roles shaping internet strategies and operations at WebTrends, NetIQ and Intel. Eric is also very active in the Portland community, including serving on the Board of Advisors for Schoolhouse Supplies.
Eric joins Jive to build out new social productivity solutions and offerings in the burgeoning SaaS market.
Eric lives in Portland with his wife and four children.
Marty Kagan has 12 years of experience in high-performance software development. Marty came to Jive from Akamai Technologies, where he spent 5 years in San Mateo managing the development of the company’s caching, streaming, storage, and distributed computing solutions, and 3 years in Paris as Director of Technology for EMEA and APAC operations. Marty began his career at Cisco Systems, where he was part of the team that launched Content Networking, and managed the design and operations of a content delivery network for the NetAid Benefit concert in October 1999, the largest international webcast of its time. He holds an MA from the University of California, Irvine, and a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Chris Morace joined Jive Software as VP of Product Marketing in October 2007 with responsibilities for leading their product strategy to deliver Social Productivity solutions to the enterprise. He brings with him a 15 year track record for building high-growth, high-value businesses in the technology sector. Prior to joining Jive Software, Chris held executive positions at Sindhara, an innovator in next generation digital media; Awaken, a startup focused on enabling the consumer transition to digital audio; Mercury, the global leader in business technology optimization (acquired by Hewlett-Packard); and Kintana, an IT governance software company (acquired by Mercury Interactive). He began his career architecting supply chain solutions and facilitating enterprise change management with Price Waterhouse for companies such as Cisco, Western Digital, and Xerox.
Chris holds a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University with Honors in Humanities. He currently lives the Bay Area with his wife and son.