ProjectLibre

ProjectLibre is an open source project management software solution developed as an alternative to Microsoft Project. As with other project management tools, ProjectLibre maintains a list of tasks for users and automatically organizes and tracks tasks and projects as progress is made or they re completed.

ProjectLibre is designed to complement the LibreOffice and OpenOffice open source office suites, providing project managers and team leaders with a complete collection of productivity tools. In addition to the standard ProjectLibre software, cloud and server versions of ProjectLibre are in development and are expected to become available in 2014.

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