Evernote seems to be on a roll these days. It not only announced new partnerships with the likes of 1DollarScan and Moleskine, but also launched Evernote Business, which marks its foray into the enterprise collaboration space.
Evernote Business is targeted at small and medium-sized businesses and enables teams to share their notes, files and other data with each other while maintaining user or group ownership of it.
Evernote Business will be priced at $10 per user per month, and could potentially boost its revenues significantly. In June this year, Evernote stated that it had around 34 million users and 1.4 million paying users. It is valued at more than $1 billion after raising more than $160 million, and has seen hockey stick growth in the last couple of years. Its employee base has grown to 230, and its number of users has grown to 38 million, which means a net addition of 4 million users in just 2 months.
To Evernote Business customers, the company will be providing sharing features as well as dedicated support on top of Evernote Premium accounts for each team member.
The product will be in beta until December.