on Wednesday introduced Studiometry 1.0, a new software application for Mac OS X. Studiometry provides tools for tracking your clients and projects, according to the developer.
Studiometry is aimed at freelance designers, consultants, tech support personnel, small design firms and others who want to keep data in one location about clients, projects, files and more.
Studiometry lets you store data about your projects and clients like billing info, expenses, time worked, fees, to-dos, invoices, media, passwords, specs and more. Clients and projects are organized into lists that can be sorted by status and category.
The software also automatically saves and backs up data files. Search tools are included to find projects, clients, and pending to do items. Reports can be generated for complex or multiple projects. Data is kept in an encrypted form, too. You can create debt and credit types, and Studiometry supports recurring, one time and hourly fees as well. You can optionally have Studiometry notify you when invoices are overdue, or if to do items and projects have gone past their due date.
Studiometry also integrates with Apple’s own productivity iApps — Address Book and iCal. There’s lots more, too.
Studiometry is available before August 20, 2003 for US$39.99. After that it costs $54.99. A demo version is available for download.