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Free Agilo Pro licenses for open source projects and students

Free Agilo Pro Licenses for Open Source Projects In the past weeks we got the first questions about student ...

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Free Agilo Pro Licenses for Open Source Projects
In the past weeks we got the first questions about student licenses and open source projects.

Well, we think that would be great! So today we decided that of course, if you run an open source project and would like to use the full power of agilo - please contact us and we will give out a license to you. We will gladly have a look your project and then give you the licenses you need.

Free Agilo Pro Licenses for Students
Same for students: if you want to try agilo for a university project then please contact us for a license.

50% Discount for Non-Profit Organisation and Universities
For universities and non profit institutions we will be glad to offer you a 50% discount.

So please don't hesitate to contact us and we will provide more information

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