|Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription | Quote-based||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription | Quote-based|
Evernote transforms the way you work. They design products that fuel inspiration for your projects, from start to finish.
Trello is a software tool that makes use of the idea of boards for projects and cards for tasks to create an efficient collaboration platform.
|305 Walnut Street, Redwood City, CA 94063, USA|| New York|
|Types of Customers|
Types of Customers
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
Basic – Free
Plus – $3.99/month or $34.99/year
Premium – $7.99/month or $69.99/year
Business – $14.99/user per month
Trello offers three SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from, including a lifetime free package for small teams and startups. Give the details a look, and select your plan:
This plan is inclusive of the following features:
Business Class – $9.99 per user/month (when paid annually)
This is inclusive of all the features that the free version of Trello has to offer. On top of those it is also equipped with:
Enterprise – $20.83 or less per user/month (when paid annually)
This is inclusive of all the tools offered in Trello Free and Trello Business Class. It also has the following features:
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Trello offers a developer API section where users that have coding abilities can develop apps and plugins.
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Please note that even though both Evernote and Trello may have an outstanding set of features each product might be created for a different company size. If you are comparing features you should give some attention to a company type they are aimed at. Certain elements might scale up well for huge enterprises but if you have a small or mid-sized company it’s often more sensible to avoid paying for advanced functionalities that you may never have a chance to use.