ProjectLibre awarded InfoWorld's "Best of Open Source"

September 20, 2013 - 03:30 am
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I wanted to share the great news that InfoWorld has awarded ProjectLibre with the "Best of Open Source" or BOSSIE award.   We are really pleased and appreciative of the recognition.  We are hard at work with the new versions as they have noted.  In fact, they will be multiprojecting, subprojecting and resource pooling in the new release.  Look out Microsoft :-)



ProjectLibre is a Java-based project management solution that gives Microsoft Project a run for its money. Offering a UI similar enough to ease the transition from Microsoft's market leader, ProjectLibre packs in calendars, resource tracking, task management, and cost-tracking tools.

ProjectLibre produces the same familiar Gantt and critical path method charts that project managers rely on, and its project files are interchangeable with Microsoft Project. It is not yet suitable for multiproject management, as support for subprojects and resource pooling is lacking, but for small and medium projects, ProjectLibre has the right stuff. This project management project also has big plans for the future. New cloud and server versions are in the works.




Infoworld BOSSIE award


September 24, 2013 - 23:29 pm

That's great news and well deserved! :) Keep up the great work and I'm looking forward to the new and improved ProjectLibre!