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RedTurtle at the OSEPA meeting in Bologna

Sep 27, 2011

At the "members only" event about pros and cons of free software in the Public Sector, RedTurtle is requested to illustrate its sustainable business model

On 28-29 September in Bologna the periodical OSEPA meeting is planned, an European FP7 initiative aimed at a continuing debate among the European Public Administrations about the subject of free software.

The discussion is focused on Open Source technologies in the PA: which advantages and disadvantages (both technical and economical) may result from their adoption and usage, and which experiences are being carried forward by the participating Organizations, among which the Regione Emilia Romagna can be found.

We are honored to present to such an assembly our sustainable business model based on reuse and on PloneGov. Even happier that the Regione does not only value us as a valid technical reference, but as market actors carrying a vision that deserves to be known at international level.

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