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2013/06/05

Regione Umbria awarded for the migration to LibreOffice

Filed under: Awards, Community, LibreOffice — italovignoli @ 16:15

LibreUmbria, the migration project of Regione Umbria to LibreOffice, has been awarded a prize for innovation – for metholodology and process – as one of top 10 Italian government projects in 2012/2013.

The migration project has been launched in September 2012, and is documented on the project’s website at www.libreumbria.it (only in Italian). So far, the first 1,000 users – on a total of 6,000 for the first stage – have been migrated to LibreOffice at Provincia di Perugia, without any significant problem.

Award to LibreUmbria

The group of LibreUmbria project managers with the medal and the award

7 Comments

  1. Good news :)
    Hope other Italian regions will follow :)

    Comment by Sleeping — 2013/06/06 @ 14:46

  2. If you want to migrate from Microsoft Project at the same time…. we have released ProjectLibre http://www.projectlibre.org which is a replacement. We have an Italian translated version. It simply opens existing MS Project files. Congratulations on the migration!!!! We will see many more with your success…..

    Comment by Marc O'Brien — 2013/06/07 @ 15:18

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  5. We use LibreOffice very happily for our documents and spreadsheets. I am glad to see an Italian regional government following suit. Good luck!

    Comment by Market Tree — 2013/06/17 @ 11:11

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