Chronos LC has released an new version of Group Organizer, bringing it to version 4.0.3. Group Organizer is a management app designed as a server side black wallet. The update features a complete re-write using Cocoa, for greater OS X performance. According to Chronos LC:
Chronos LC today announced the release of Group Organizer Server 4.0.3, its first Cocoa product for Mac OS X.
Chronos calls its product the Swiss Army Knife of productivity software. It integrates a calendar, address book, word processor, memo taker, personal journal, phone dialer, and alarm clock into a single easy-to-use application.
Group Organizer Server was previously written as a Carbon application. Version 4.03 has been re-written from the ground up using Cocoa and makes use of native Unix sockets for TCP/IP networking. The new networking infrastructure combined with Cocoas pre-emptive threading architecture takes Group Organizer Server to the next level.
You can find more information about the Group Organizer update at the Chronos LC Web site. Group Organizer 4.0.3 is available for US$99.00.