New Application Eases the Task of Managing Paper and Electronic Documents

SAN DIEGO, Calif.–February 15, 2007–GGT Enterprises, LLC announced
today the release of DocumentWallet, a document management
application for Mac OS X that gives users the ability to easily scan,
manage and archive documents. DocumentWallet leverages many of the
great features found in the company’s ReceiptWallet product,
including smart collections, seamless scanner integration and
archiving to CD or DVD, to simplify the tedious process of cataloging
and searching for documents.

Designed for individuals and organizations that want to get better
control over their paper and electronic documents, DocumentWallet
organizes documents of all kinds, similarly to the way Apple’s iPhoto
application organizes photographs. Its familiar interface elements
make it instantly usable, and its many features provide the breadth
and flexibility that Mac users demand.

“As we collect more and more documents, both printed and electronic,
it becomes increasingly difficult to stay on top of it all,” said
Scott Gruby, GGT Enterprises’ founder and manager. “DocumentWallet
has brought me closer to realizing a paperless office, and I know
that it will quickly and easily do the same for Mac users everywhere.”

Getting started with DocumentWallet easy. Paper documents, even those
spanning multiple pages, are imported directly from any
TWAIN-compatible scanner at the push of a button. Combined with a
fast scanner, like Fujitsu’s ScanSnap models, DocumentWallet whisks
paper documents into electronic form for easy storage and retrieval.
Electronic documents, including Web-based documents converted to
PDFs, are imported by dragging them onto the DocumentWallet window.

Once imported, values for document title, date, category and other
fields are entered and stored with the document. DocumentWallet keeps
track of entries for fields like title and category and saves time by
auto-completing entries when the user has typed the first few
letters. Custom, user-defined fields provide flexibility, and there’s
even room to enter notes for each document. Documents are stored as
PDFs, keeping storage requirements to a minimum and image quality

Individual documents can be selected from their thumbnail icon or
from sortable list views and placed into collections that provide
logical organization. For example, one collection could include only
product manuals, while another could include copies of official
documents such as passports. DocumentWallet takes this capability one
step further with the inclusion of smart collections, which
automatically group documents based on various criteria, including
title, date, category or any custom field. A smart collection could
include all documents that contain the words “computer” or
“electronic” in the notes field, and new documents then appear in the
smart collection automatically as they are imported.

DocumentWallet leverages several Apple technologies in Mac OS X 10.4
“Tiger” to provide the best user experience possible. Spotlight
indexing provides content-based searching, allowing specific
documents to be located quickly, with just a few keystrokes.
DocumentWallet can also archive receipts to CD or DVD with Apple’s
Disc Burning functionality, allowing documents to be stored offline,
but instantly viewable in the library when the CD or DVD containing
them is inserted. And thanks to AppleScript support, users can attach
documents to emails at the click of a button or even create scripts
to further automate and customize document importing.


DocumentWallet is available immediately as an electronic download
from for an introductory price of $29.95. A
fully-functional, 21-day trial is also available from Owners of GGT Enterprises’ ReceiptWallet
product can purchase DocumentWallet at a 50% savings. The company
also sells a bundle with Receipt Wallet and DocumentWallet together
for $44.93. DocumentWallet is a Universal application that runs
natively on both Intel and PowerPC systems running Mac OS X 10.4.8 or


GGT Enterprises,, provides software
development services and develops and markets its own application
software and utilities for Mac OS X. GGT Enterprises is based in San
Diego, California.