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OpenProj is a free, open source project management solution. OpenProj is a complete replacement of Microsoft Project and other commercial project solutions. The OpenProj solution has been download more than 300,000 times in the few weeks since launch and is being used in over 132 countries. A free download of OpenProj is available here and is distributed under the CPAL license. OpenProj is ideal for desktop project management and is available on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. It even opens existing Microsoft or Primavera files. OpenProj shares the industry's most advanced scheduling engine with Project-ON-Demand and provides Gantt Charts, Network Diagrams (PERT Charts), WBS and RBS charts, Earned Value costing and more. There is literally no time or effort involved in switching to OpenProj, and your teams can manage projects on any platform for free. Projity worked closely with leaders in the commercial and open source industries in preparation for the release of OpenProj. It is a welcome addition, not only for project management users, but also for users in all software segments. Microsoft Project retails for $1,000, is installed on 7% of all Office desktops and drives over $1 billion in revenue for Microsoft. OpenProj fills an important gap in the desktop market, as a key component in the Office family of products now has a replacement available on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. OpenProj has been translated into French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Swedish, Russian and Chinese. We are looking for further documentation and translation assistance. If you are interested contact us.OpenProj is uniqueThe OpenProj solution is the most advanced project solution ever provided to the open source community. Projity has open sourced the entire OpenProj solution including the most advanced scheduling, resource and cost algorithms in the industry. Projity provides the source code and OpenProj solution free of charge. OpenProj runs on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows desktops.
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