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Harmon Enterprises

Harmon Enterprises is the preeminent source for Evernote workflow design and training for business. 

Formed as a social media marketing consultancy in 2008, Harmon Enterprises was founded with a passion for helping businesses embrace the digital age. Evernote was the internal tool we used to manage our work. As our knowledge of Evernote grew, we became our first case study for managing a business through Evernote, and became enthusiastic advocates of the platform. People took notice. 

In 2012, Evernote selected Principal Stacey Harmon as an Evernote Ambassador, one of only 60 individuals worldwide chosen by the company to share their expertise and passion for Evernote with its user community. Evernote also featured her as a speaker at both their 2013 and 2014 conferences in San Francisco. In 2013, Stacey was asked to be part of the inaugural group of Evernote Business Certified Consultants, certified experts in Evernote’s business tier of service. A book was a natural extension of Stacey’s passion for the platform and Untethered with Evernote guided 1,500+ entrepreneurs, small businesses and enterprises to improved Evernote efficiency before being retired in 2017.

Businesses looking to access their data from anywhere, go paperless, and organize their processes, increasingly reached out to Harmon Enterprises for our Evernote expertise, and our business focus shifted to meet the need. Today, we teach Evernote skills, tactics and strategies through online courses, programs and live events across the nation.

Our mission is to solve the problem of digital overwhelm by teaching Evernote users how to digitally organize their lives through our products which teach both Evernote skills and Evernote workflows. Our flagship product is Radical Productivity with Evernote, an online self-paced course that teaches the software skills needed to become an Evernote power-user no matter which device you use. And, EverDone shows users how to organize and manage their Evernote account using David Allen's Getting Things Done® framework. 


Some of the companies Harmon Enterprises is proud to have worked with include: