|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 can’t be purchased separately, as it is an integral part of the Microsoft Office package. Check the company’s enterprise pricing for more details.
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.