The cloud-based collaboration tool has released a business version, but it will cost you. Or your company.
Evernote has built a loyal subscriber base of individual users for its online document editing, sharing and storage application. Now it’s hoping to monetize on that user base with a corporate edition, called Evernote Business.
According to a report from Cnet, Evernote CEO Phil Libin unveiled the new offering Tuesday at the LeWeb conference in Paris. It costs $10 per employee per month, and builds on the features of Evernote’s premium personal accounts with business-friendly features such as “Notebooks” and “Libraries” that can be shared across the business, search tools, and an administration platform for IT to add and manage users.
In a nod to the bring your own device trend, users can link their business and personal accounts, with firewalls in place to keep the personal private. And if they should leave their job, they lose their business files but keep their personal documents.
Evernote Business launched this week in seven countries, including Canada.