Evernote is developing a cloud platform that allows users to take web articles, handwritten notes and photos.
Evernote is a private company. Ian Small is the CEO of Evernote and has an approval rating of 84 members. Evernote has raised $271.2 million in funding. Evernote’s main competitor is OneNote, headed by Eran Megiddo, who is their general manager. Evernote has 2,748 followers.
Evernote’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Evernote top competitors include: OneNote, RocketBook, Notion, Any. do, Simplenote, Clipix, Stormboard, Trello, Wunderlist, Todoist, Dropbox, Circus Ponies, Wrike, monday.com, Redbooth, Zinc and Fasoo.
Together they lifted more than 2.8B between their approximately 5.2K employees. Evernote’s revenue ranked 2nd among its top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors on average 124.7M. Evernote has 450 employees and ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. The average number of 10 best competitors is 286.
- Website: evernote.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
- Founded: 2004
- Est. Annual Revenue: $125.5M
- Est. Employees: 450
- Headquarters: 305 Walnut Street Redwood City, California 94063
OneNote is the main competitor of Evernote. OneNote is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, and was founded in 2003. OneNote works in the field of system software. OneNote brings 21% of Evernote revenue.
RocketBook is considered one of the main competitors of Evernote. RocketBook is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and was founded in 2014. Like Evernote, RocketBook also works in the field of application software. RocketBook generates 7.97% of Evernote revenue.
Notion was one of the main competitors of Evernote. Notion was founded in 2013, and its headquarters are in San Francisco, California. Like Evernote, Notion also works in the application software industry. Notion employs 425 fewer people than Evernote.