Author: Tracy Terry
Date: January 4, 2013
You’ve heard of Evernote, right? If not, let us fill you in. EverNote is an online suite of products that let you capture and save anything from anywhere (virtually, of course), from any device (computer, tablet, or phone). This popular app just received another round of financing and reports having more than 45 million users.
What is important to note is that EverNote released EverNote for Business last month. In a survey of its users, EverNote found that 66% were already using EverNote to track work data. Astonishingly, only 15% of that data was being saved to EverNote by companies themselves. Thus, EverNote for Business was released.
So what does EverNote bring to the table for a business?
Firstly, you can maintain a personal account and a business data. This is perfect for those who want to keep their personal information just that, personal. When it comes to business, the data you save and store on EverNote can be shared with specific coworkers or you can choose to share the information with the entire company. EverNote users can also choose how documents, links, and files are share with clients outside of the company. One good feature is that if an employee leaves the company and removes their EverNote profile, the information they shared still remains with the company. You can individually invite employees via email, or enable auto-approval to allow them to sign up with their company email address.
According to EverNote for business, “Use Evernote to capture everything important to your business in a single place, including notes, research, presentations, documents, and more. You can even save entire webpages with the Evernote Web Clipper. Evernote works on smartphones, computers, tablets and via the Web, so everything your company captures can always be accessed in the office and on the go.
Explore and discover the collective knowledge of your entire organization. Whether users browse the Business Library, use Evernote’s powerful search, or discover relevant content with our Related Notes features, Evernote Business makes any workplace effortlessly productive.
Every Evernote Business user is automatically upgraded to Evernote Business Premium, which gives them access to all the features of Evernote, Evernote Premium, and Evernote Business.”
With the Business Library feature, users can share knowledge across the company, such as research and documents.
Collaborate and share with coworkers with Business Notebooks.
Browse research and information across your company.
Watch videos of how business’s are using EverNote. Such as this one:
Read Case Studies on EverNote Business. Such as this one:
How much is EverNote Business going to cost my company?
Users will pay $10/month and get 2GB of storage per month for their personal account, plus 2GB for their Business Notebooks. You have the option to pay as you go monthly by credit card, or pay for a whole year by credit card or invoice. You can also increase or decrease the number of users at any time by contacting the EverNote customer service team.
Watch the demo video of EverNote for Business below:
What do you think of the new EverNote Business? Do you currently use EverNote for your personal information? If you are using other team or corporate collaboration online software, would you consider giving EverNote Business a try? Do you think it’s worth the $10 a month? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.
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