ProjectLibre – standalone replacement for Microsoft Project

ProjectLibre is free and open source project management software. It was founded to provide an open source replacement of Microsoft Project desktop. It offers a similar user interface.

ProjectLibre allows you to open existing Microsoft or Primavera file.

ProjectLibre is free and open source license.

Features include:

  • Microsoft Project 2010 compatibility
  • Ribbon user interface
  • Earned value costing.
  • Resource histograms.
  • Gantt chart functionality – illustrates a project schedule and allows you to view the relationships between all the activities.
  • PERT graphs.
  • Network option allows you to view each task organized in its own table and displays information such as duration, start and finish date.
  • Resource breakdown structure (RBS) chart.
  • Task usage reports.
  • Work breakdown structure (WBS) charting.
  • Internationalization support – translations are available for Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, Dutch, French, Finnish, Galician, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, and Ukrainian.
  • Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, and Windows.

Website: www.projectlibre.com
Support: SourceForge Project Page
Developer: Marc O’Brien, Laurent Chrettieneau
License: Common Public Attribution License

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