“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,” said Evernote’s Andrew Sinkov at the time.
The service launched in seven countries, including the U.S., Canada, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and the U.K. Today, the company announced that Evernote Business is now available in 33 countries with the addition of 26 new European countries. They will also launch it in New Zealand and Australia next week, and in 50 additional countries, including Latin America and Asia Pacific by mid-year.
“In just over two months, Evernote Business has gone from a small closed beta to helping thousands of individuals get more done at work,” says Evernote’s Ken Gullicksen in a blog post. “We’ve received great feedback from our user community, which has inspired many new features and refinements, including easier user account management and improved knowledge discovery. In addition, we have been growing the size of our Global Customer Success teams to ensure that we are delivering the highest, most responsive level of customer support possible.”
More than 40% of the initial sign-ups for Evernote Business came from outside the United States.