Evernote Business goes live across Europe

Summary:Evernote's SME offering is now available in 33 countries across the world, with a further 50 to come later this year.

Evernote is taking its business offering into pastures new, with the launch of the service in several European countries. 

Evernote Business, launched last year , will be made available in 26 European countries, in addition to the seven markets where it's currently live: Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, the UK and the US.

Australian and New Zealand users will get access to the service from 12 February.

Evernote is planning to take the service, currently used by 2,000 businesses, to 50 more countries in EMEA, Latin America and Asia before the middle of this year.

Evernote Business is aimed at SMEs, and comes with a number of enterprise features such as business and personal notebooks to separate out which material can be shared with colleagues and which can't. Users can add 2GB of material to their personal notebooks per month, and the same to share in business notebooks.

The Business version also comes with business libraries for collating business notebooks from across the company, and an admin console for adding and managing users.

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A sample of business notebooks. Image: Evernote

The 26 European countries where Evernote Business is now available are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.

The service is priced €10 per user per month for the countries that use the Euro, 60 DKK in Denmark, 70 NOK in Norway and 76 SEK in Sweden.

Topics: Enterprise Software, Social Enterprise

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