The final version will support QuarkXPress and many other products, according to GridIron. The company is asking for suggestions about what other project formats to support on the GridIron Flow public beta forum.

Flow features workflow maps that shows all the files in a project and how they're connected to each other, whether they are online or offline. Real-time asset tracking invisibly tracks the connections between project files as changes are made, updating the Workflow Map even if Flow is not running. Visual versioning allows instant access to the complete history of a file and reversion to any version. Visual search enables users to find any asset, even if it's offline, and see how it fits into the project being worked on.

Users can also gather all files, versions and fonts, regardless of the application, to hand off a project; automatically record how much time is spent on a file, series of files or a project; and stay organized in a simple, visual way using custom tags.

The public beta can be downloaded here.