Docomo Partners Up with Evernote To distribute Evernote Business In Japan.
A personalized mobile solutions provider for smarter living, NTT DOCOMO, INC., and the company that’s helping the world remember everything, Evernote Corporations, have recently announced an agreement that shall offer Evernote Business, a single application for a team to write, research and collaborate, to companies in Japan through DOCOMO’s corporate sales channel, starting during July 1st. The partnership with DOCOMO represents Evernote’s first reseller agreement globally.
Evernote is a suite of software that allows individuals and teams to be even more productive by providing a single place for creating, collecting and sharing their work. Users have grown to be numbered over more than 100 million people worldwide. Evernote Business offers additional features, which include administrative control, easy user management, and increased storage capacity. It can be used to conveniently centralized all company information and knowledge.
DOCOMO shall market the Evernote Business thought the use of its Business Plus corporate cloud service. The DOCOMO sales channel shall offer business customers based in Japan a far more convenient and secure access to Evernote Business, with much easier billing process.
Moving on wards, DOCOMO and Evernote are expected to broaden the range of their collaboration in areas such as consumer-oriented services and support for application developers.
This wouldn’t be Evernotes first partnership within the Asian-pacific region, with its mark extending towards other such as, Starhubs in Singapore, Taiwan mobile and Apple premium reseller Studio A based in Taiwan, and South Korea famous messaging application, KakaoTalk. Evernote had even launched Yinxiang biji, a dedicated service for China, during May 2012, before opening the service during the previous year on May as well. Even its open API has been spotted with Tencent very own messaging application, WeChat, allowing user to export their conversation into Evernote.