Evernote Business: Coming to Your Office This December

Evernote Business: Coming to Your Office This December

Posted by on 24 Aug 2012

Posted by on 24 Aug 2012

We’re firm believers in building for ourselves. That’s always been the driving force behind Evernote’s development. It’s been amazingly rewarding to learn that there are nearly 40 million people around the world that also need help remembering things across their personal and work lives.

The interesting thing is how the definition of ‘building for ourselves’ has begun to change. These days we don’t only think about ourselves as individuals, but we also think of ourselves as a 200-employee small business. All of a sudden, the feature requests that we’ve been getting over the years from small businesses for improved data continuity, better group sharing and easier user on-boarding started making a lot of sense.

So, here we are once again building for ourselves, and for the hundreds of thousands of companies just like ours around the world. We give you: Evernote Business.

Visit the Evernote Business site »

Evernote Business

Evernote Business includes everything Evernote has to offer with a number of powerful new features designed exclusively to meet the needs of our business users. Here are a few of the things you can expect to find in Evernote Business:

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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


Evernote Business will launch in December of this year. In the meantime, if you’re interested in getting early access and staying up-to-date on the latest Evernote Business info, please visit our Evernote Business site.

We’re really excited to bring this solution to small and medium businesses around the world. It’s the same Evernote that’s used by nearly 40 million people around the world, but with additional features that make it great for companies like yours and ours.


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  • Bil Morrill

    Do you have anything like this for education (you know I’m asking if there is a cheaper version of this without us paying $10/month per advisor in our office)? I could see this being a wonderful application for our office, the Office of Academic Advising at the University of Oregon. We all share files (academic requirements, checklists, departmental advisors, schedules, etc.) and we share this information on iPads and at our desktops. If we could use a system like this to share the information, this would be great. We currently use Evernote but as individuals, it would be great to be able to share as a group.


    Assistant Director for Technology
    Office of Academic Advising
    University of Oregon

    • Michael Rose


      Make it cheaper for education, get students hooked and they’ll be customers for life.

      Also, me wants.

  • Shahram Khorsand

    This is great news. I remember begging for some of these features years ago.
    PLEASE don’t forget annual paying alternative. I would like to pay annually for all my employees rather then monthly. I gave up evernote teams because of this.
    ONE LAST thing is that when using the email sharing … I need to have a trace of sending the note! Perhaps let us use the native email software?

    Will be the first to start using this feature!

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  • Urs Frei

    Great idea – congrats!
    I am currently supporting several SMBs in Switzerland capturing their knowledge so it can be easily accessed from the workplaces – be it in an office, in the shop, at the workbench – and evernote would even allow it to be available while on the go!
    Hope you shall also make it available in the German speaking markets asap.

  • Annette

    I am assuming that Evernote Business will enable a team of people to clip webpages (using your clipper functionality) to a single Evernote business folder so everyone in the team can share the goodies they find on the web with everyone else?

    That would solve lots of sharing issues!

  • Safetinspector

    the implications of this product for use in a SMB environment are huge. I work for an IT services company company’s surely would like to know if there will be a partner or authorized consultancy channel for such a service

  • Thomas Serio

    With this push towards business (which I think is a good one, fwiw), does this mean better server-side encryption is coming as well (TNO)? I’m not sure I’d be willing to trust a site with corporate data if EN employees can potentially access it – regardless of how many times the people in charge say that won’t happen.

  • Rick

    Never mind all that, when will the Evernote-branded bag be available?

  • Ian Thomas

    As a long time user and advocate, I’m very excited about this release. Security is of course the no 1 issue for even small companies. I’ll read more, but wish you every success.

  • Josh

    I have been talking about this with my business and our 5-60 staff members agree that a large feature missing is the ability to schedule notes with deadline that lets you know when a deadline is coming up on a note – basically appending something that would help notify you.

    Any ideas on this and if it will be added?

  • Michael

    This is very exciting. I oversee 8 Evernote accounts for a company with 75 employees and 8 locations, with one “Master” account, and the other 7 sharing folders to the Master. I’ve got us to a 95% or so paperless office, and Evernote has made the task so much easier. It can be a tedious process, so I can’t wait to use this! Bring it on!