Evernote Introduces Evernote Business

Evernote BusinessEvernote has announced Evernote Business Application for SMEs (small and medium enterprises) around the world.

Evernote has been getting lots of feature requests from small and medium business throughout the year.

The new Evernote Business is same as the old Evernote, along with few powerful features meant specifically for the needs of SMEs.

This has been announced on Evernote’s Official blog on Aug 24. Evernote Business will be launched in December 2012. If you want to access this now, and to stay up-to-date with Evernote Business, you may visit Evernote Business site.

Evernote Business Application

New Features On EVERNOTE Business

1. Admin Console 
Administrators get access to an Admin Console that lets them manage their company data and who has access to it.

2. Powerful Sharing
Businesses can create a Notebook directory that contains content important to all employees. In addition, employees can publish notebooks to the business directory to collaborate with others in the organization.

3. Dedicated Customer Success Manager
To ensure that all your questions and needs are addressed and help you get the most out of Evernote Business, all Evernote Business customers will get a dedicated Customer Success Manager that’s always just a phone call away.

4. Smart Data Ownership
Any content that is placed into designated Evernote Business notebooks within user accounts is managed and owned by the business. Anything created and stored in a user’s personal Evernote account is controlled by the user.

5. Easy On-boarding
Once a company is set up for Evernote Business, employees can upgrade their Evernote accounts simply by entering their business email address.

6. Simplified Billing
Easily pay for your entire organization using a single credit card or invoice.


  1. says

    I agree with Tom that this is a logical next step for Evernote. I love the service and am always excited to see them rolling out new things.

    Based off this list though, I’m not sure I’ll be suggesting the business version anytime soon. Unless the collaboration can rival Google Docs/Drive in terms of real-time collaboration capabilities and “track changes” capability – then I don’t think it’s worth spending the money. Even if those features were available I would still hesitate since Google provides them for free.

    I guess it’s different for larger businesses though. Having control of the data is pretty important, I imagine.

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