Evernote for Salesforce Business App is Introduced

Posted: Sep 28 2013, 5:51am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Evernote for Salesforce Business App is Introduced
 

Evernote joins forces with Salesforce.com and come up with a new collaborative business app. The business output of Evernote is to be beefed up with several social features.

Evernote’s new business product is out now. Called version 2.0 it will blow away the competition. The product was shown off to the crowd at the EC3 Conference. About 7,900 firms have agreed to use the product. While basically it consists of a user Evernote app, it also has several other features attached to it. Shared notebooks are one such feature. Evernote can tell you which other five users will be able to answer your questions. 

Business consumers may download profile images. If there is no image then a single alphabetical letter will take its place. The letters happen to be the most gorgeous in the global village of today. Evernote gives you quality at a premium price.

Those who are linked with the IT industry will like this product. They can get directory management and LDAP too. Meanwhile, Salesforce.com is integrating its structure with Evernote. The two will merge into a more consistent and mutually harmonious whole. And this is just the start. A lot is yet to come. 

The two are cloud-based companies that have a lot in common. The partnership is bound to last since they both have an interest in each other products and services. While they are working on replacing standard office environments and boring paperwork, that is not the only goal they share. Rather they want to give different experiences to different people. That is their ultimate objective.   

Source: Evernote


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