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Name: Terence Gardner
Profession: Project Manager / Trainer for Bizmatics Inc.
Number of years you’ve been using Evernote: Since early 2009.
Evernote makes me a better… homebrewer, project manager and cook.
Tell us your Evernote Story:
I work with several medical offices to integrate electronic medical records into their practice which involves a lot of moving pieces. I take a client from the initial sale of our software product to using the product to running everything in their medical practice (from scheduling, documenting clinical encounters all the way to billing for their services and posting money to their books). Evernote helps me stay organized in many facets. My coworkers are always blown away by how quickly I can ‘remember’ different settings, features and workflows. The truth is I just keep them all organized in Evernote and can find them quickly. Evernote is my secret weapon for keeping it all together.
Evernote helps me make the best beer possible. Not only can I keep track of recipes, mathematical formulas and important facts about beer making, but I can capture detailed notes of my brewing process for all my beers.
In addition to my day job, I’m also an avid home brewer. Evernote helps me make the best beer possible. Not only can I keep track of recipes, mathematical formulas and important facts about beer making, but I can capture detailed notes of my brewing process for all of my beers. From mashing the grain all the way to fermenting and kegging my beer, I keep detailed information on everything I do. If that beer is a real winner, I know exactly how I can replicate it or tweak the recipe so it turns out even better the next time I brew. A lot of people keep paper notes for all of this, but the ability to pull up my information anywhere for reference, or to share information with other brewers is extremely valuable.