Evernote looks to the enterprise with new Business offering

Evernote looks to the enterprise with new Business offering
Popular note-taking application Evernote further enhanced its portfolio by introducing Evernote Business, targeting small and medium businesses.

The app, which is designed exclusive for business users, will be available beginning December 2012 in select countries. U.S. pricing is $10 per user per month for the first 50 users and $5 per user per month for each additional user.

Announced by the company's CEO, Phil Libin at its second Trunk Conference in San Francisco, Evernote Business brings along a host of features offering a powerful solution to all types of businesses.

With this app each employee's Evernote Business account can be linked to their personal account, which will automatically be upgraded to Evernote Premium. Any data created in an employee's personal notebooks will be restricted to them, while anything created in a shared company or team notebook belongs to the company. Evernote Business also includes phone support and each business customer will have a dedicated "Customer Success Manager."

Employees will also be able to pay for the entire organisation using a single credit card or invoice. A centralised console for Admins will allow control to easily review and manage user access and permissions for the whole company. As far as business sharing is concerned, employees will be able to publish a directory viewable by everyone in the company allowing for greater transparency and smarter business solutions.

Speaking about Evernote Business in his keynote speech, Phil said,"As we grew from a small start-up into a global, 200-employee business, we realised we needed to develop a product that allowed us to more easily share information with groups, improve the on-boarding process and ensure that business data ownership was clearly defined. Evernote Business is a powerful solution fit for businesses of all sizes. We're excited to share the tools we use with companies like ours around the world."

Evernote has announced a partnership with popular analog sketchbook maker Moleskine to introduce the Evernote Smart Notebook.

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