NTT Docomo, Evernote and Thai company Marubeni Software & Technology (MSTT), a subsidiary of Marubeni IT Solutions, jointly entered into a distributor agreement in southeast Asia for Evernote’s cloud business service, Evernote Business. MSTT will begin providing the service to customers in Thailand on 20 July.

MSTT and Docomo, through its Thai-based subsidiary, Mobile Innovation (MI), will join forces to provide installation and operation support as well as convenient billing options for Evernote Business. MSTT will leverage its expertise in enterprise resource planning (ERP), business intelligence (BI) software and IT infrastructure construction to propose products using Evernote Business for a range of business problems.

Customers in Thailand will be able to pay for the monthly service via credit card or by invoice if they subscribe to Evernote Business via MSTT.

Docomo and Evernote began their partnership when Docomo Capital first provided Evernote with funding in 2009. Then in 2010, Docomo launched a free version of Evernote Premium, normally a paid service, for Docomo customers in Japan. Docomo became Evernote’s first reseller in 2014, and since then the two companies have been expanding the value of the Evernote cloud service in Japan.