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Project.net is open source — you're free to download it, install it, and use it. The complexities of installation and configuration mean that you need to be reasonably skilled in both IT and Project Management to have a satisfying experience installing and configuring it (or any Project Management software, for that matter.)

Here are the steps to getting started on your own with Project.net:

1. Download the latest Project.net version from Sourceforge

2. You'll need to have (at least) an Oracle database, Java, SMTP, and Tomcat running. The Project.net documentation wiki has information on getting started.

3. Start entering project data: tasks, project members, assignments, etc.

If you've got the requisite skills and commitment we believe Project.net is the best overall solution for Project Management / Project Portfolio Management you can implement on your own.

Join the Project.net Community for the latest in project management and project portfolio management!

Help us make Project Management and Project Portfolio Management easier for others by participating actively in improving Project.net. We invite all Project.net users to:

  • Join and participate in the Project.net forums — to get help and help others
  • Improve understanding of Project.net and Project Management / Project Portfolio Management overall by reading and editing the Project.net documentation wiki 
  • Suggest, and, if you're able, implement improvements to the Project.net code base (e.g. how can it be easier to install?  Easier to configure?)

Paid support and services when you need it

If you'd like help at any point in your Project Management / Project Portfolio Management implementation — planning, installing, initial setup, roll-out, expansion, or maintenance — we offer fee-based support and services.