A sample view of project scheduling from an older version
|Original author(s)||Project.net Inc.|
|Developer(s)||Integrated Computer Solutions|
|Stable release||v9.3 / June 13, 2012|
|Type||Project management software|
|License||GPL (free software)|
Project.net is an open source, enterprise scale project management application for Microsoft Windows and Unix operating systems. Project.net is commercial open source. Support and training are available from Project.net Inc. of Bedford, Massachusetts.
Project.net was founded in 1999 to develop project collaboration applications using Internet technologies. The company's initial focus was building and deploying a collaboration engine for use by public and private web-based exchanges. In 2002, PC Magazine awarded Project.net with the Editors' Choice award in a review of web-based project management applications.
Project.net was acquired by Integrated Computer Solutions (Peter D Winston CEO) in 2006 and launched the open source version of Project.net’s project and portfolio management (PPM) application. The Open Source Business Conference awarded three open source projects (including Project.net) as "ones to watch" shortly after the acquisition.
Project.net is currently used by more than 50,000 people worldwide to help manage their projects. University Business Magazine published an article on Project and Portfolio Management that reviews the need for and use of Project.net in the facilities department at Cornell University.
Gartner Magic Quadrant
Project.net is the first Open Source PPM Application to be included in Gartner's: Magic Quadrant for IT Project and Portfolio Management. Project.net was included in the June 7, 2010 report ID Number: G00200907.
Project.net is available via the GNU General Public License or a commercial license if preferred by the user. However, Project.net cannot be used without an Oracle database, which is a commercial product.
- King, Nelson. "Handle Projects with the Web's Help". PC Week Magazine. Retrieved 2002-10-15.
- "Open Source Business Conference Names Three Startups as “Ones to Watch”". OSBC Press Release. Retrieved 2002-02-28.
- "How to Get Things Done". University Business Magazine. Retrieved 2006-10-01.