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Open Source for Municipalities
LinuxInsiderDec 20 2004original
Posted by giovaDec 20 2004 - 21:11
The development of an open-source tool for a large company such as Microsiga is an important step and the project will help in the process of computerizing small municipalities, according to Sergio Amadeu, president of the national IT institute (ITI).
Brazilian IT firm Microsiga has launched an open-source solution for the management of municipalities to be offered across the nation, local daily Gazeta Mercantil reported.

Migrosiga is charging each municipality approximately 2,400 reais (US$875) a year for access to the software, according to Microsiga president Laercio Consentino.

Developers that work from municipal headquarters will be required to pay a fee.

The developers will be responsible for employee training and system adaptation for each municipality.

The development of an open-source Relevant Products/Services from Sybase ASE Linux Express Edition FREE Latest News about open source tool for a large company is an important step and the project will help in the process of computerizing small municipalities, according to Sergio Amadeu, president of the national IT institute.
 


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