|Monthly payment | One-time payment||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription | Quote-based|
Noodle is social intranet software that provides organizations the ability to collaborate on projects and share ideas within a single secure site.
Evernote transforms the way you work. They design products that fuel inspiration for your projects, from start to finish.
Pricing depends on the number of users and storage space required. The vendor offers a calculator tool at their website to give you an idea of the price vis-a-vis users and storage. For those with over 1,000 users or have a specific requirement or request, you can contact the vendor for a quote. Below is the price for minimum number of users and storage.
Cloud Plan – $125/month
On Premise Plan – $9,500 one-time fee
Basic – Free
Plus – $3.99/month or $34.99/year
Premium – $7.99/month or $69.99/year
Business – $14.99/user per month
Noodle integrates with the following systems and applications:
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| Vialect Inc|
2175 Wyandotte St East
|305 Walnut Street, Redwood City, CA 94063, USA|
|Learn more about Noodle Intranet pricing||Learn more about Evernote pricing|
|U.S.A. (866) 258-6951|
|San Diego Chargers, Credit Union of Texas, University of Maryland, Coldwell Banker||MailChimp, Career Builder, University of Kentucky|
|Types of Clients|
Types of Clients
|Small Business | Medium Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
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Almost as crucial as features and client support level are pricing options made available by Evernote and Noodle Intranet. While cost should not be the only aspect it’s surely a significant thing to consider. You should count on a flexible pricing plan that can be matched with your team size and painlessly scaled up when your business expands. Make sure you don’t pick packages that have advanced tools that you won’t use and always try to contact with the vendor directly because big companies can often count on discounts. You should also give a chance to a free trial or demo of each app to spend at least some time working with it. It’s a valuable experience that doesn’t need you to spend any money and gives you a reliable overview of what it feels like to work with Evernote and Noodle Intranet.