GGT Enterprises on Thursday announced the release of
DocumentWallet, a document management application for Mac OS X. DocumentWallet costs $29.95, and a trial version is available for download.
DocumentWallet helps users manage paper and electronic documents the same way that iPhoto manages digital photographs, according to the developer. Paper documents can be imported from any TWAIN-compliant scanner for storage and retrieval. Electronic documents, including Web pages and PDF files, can be imported by dragging them into DocumentWallet.
Once imported, you enter values for document title, date, category and other fields. You can also define custom fields and enter notes. Documents are stored as PDF files. You can then sort and organize documents by list views, view thumbnail icons and create collections based on logical organization.
Spotlight is supported, as is disc burning — you can archive content to CD or DVD. And AppleScript is supported, so you can create scripts to automate your DocumentWallet workflow.
DocumentWallet is a Universal binary and requires Mac OS X v10.4.8 or later.