|Monthly payment | One-time payment||Monthly payment|
OneNote, a note-taking application, is designed to allow users to create, sync and store ideas and notes through different devices.
ProWorkflow is a software tool that focuses on visibility and control to help you collaborate seamlessly with your teams, using scalable features that match your business needs.
|Learn more about Microsoft OneNote pricing||Learn more about ProWorkflow pricing|
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|List of Features|
List of Features
Microsoft OneNote integrates with the following business systems and applications:
|British Airways, Carlsberg, Martin Aircraft, Georgia State University||Bostik, Dan Djuric, Heartland Financial USA, AdVision Multimedia|
|Types of Clients|
Types of Clients
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
Microsoft OneNote is free when you get an Office 365 subscription, not sold separately.
ProWorkFlow is available in three subscription plans for freelancers, small business, and enterprise, each one with a free trial:
Solo ($10 per month, ideal for freelancers): one user only; easy project/task management for individuals; 10 Active Projects; free Client/Contractor Access; 5GB file storage; ProWorkflow Mobile; API Integration.
Professional ($20 per month per user): comprehensive project/task & time management; unlimited Projects; free Client/Contractor Access; 25GB file storage; ProWorkflow Mobile; API Integration.
Advanced ($30 per month per user, perfect for enterprise): hierarchical control to manage multiple teams & groups; unlimited Projects; free Client/Contractor Access; 50GB File Storage; ProWorkflow Mobile; API Integration.
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You should pay attention to the fact that even though both ProWorkflow and Microsoft OneNote may offer a reliable set of features every software might be created for a different company size. If you are comparing features you should focus on a company type they are aimed at. Certain features could scale up with no problem for large enterprises but if you run a small or mid-sized company it’s often more sensible to stay away from paying for customized functionalities that you may never actually use.