December 15, 2009

Orggit – Instant Access to Important Information


Orggit is a web-based application than aims to be your online wallet—a place to keep your important phone numbers, ID cards, health information, and passwords. Rather then storing your vital records in an easy-to-lose place like a wallet or hanging file folder, Orggit keeps your important information secure and instantly available from any device at any time.

Personal information can be organized into four main sections of Orggit—Wallet, Medical, Accounts and Codes, and Filing Cabinet. Orggit makes it easy to input important numbers and records by using its pre-designed, category-specific templates. And once your information has been uploaded, it will be stored in a secure, encrypted format for as long as you maintain an account. Should a problem arise—such as a medical emergency or a lost wallet—that information will be readily and easily accessible to you from any web browser or iPhone.

In addition, Orggit offers its users a downloadable ICE (in case of emergency) card to put in their wallet, which features a phone number that medical personnel can call to receive access to any important medical documents that could help you receive treatment. The site also offers users the ability to download their saved information as a PDF file, which can be printed out and taken to any doctor’s office or bank. Orggit is definitely an application worth checking out for anyone looking for a better way to stay organized and secure.

Practical Uses:

  • Store medical files in one, easy-to-find location
  • Get access to credit card number and account information if your wallet has been stolen
  • Keep online passwords and login codes in one place
  • Make it easy for medical personnel to find your emergency contact information

Insider Tips:

  • Download the iPhone app to get access to Orggit from anywhere
  • Sign up to receive notifications when one of your credit cards is about to expire
  • Add users to keep your entire family’s information in one place
  • Customize folders for a more personalized account

What we liked:

  • Your important information and account numbers are accessible at any time
  • Ability to download medical records as a PDF file
  • Each user receives an ICE card for medical responders to use in an emergency

What we didn’t like:

  • Accounts can be prohibitively expensive for some people


Company Info:

  • Launched: August 2009
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois
  • Founded by: Morgan Street Document Systems
  • Web site:


  • $49.99/year


  1. Cecelia

    I have this app and I love it. Especially the Password and ICE features.

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