LimeSurvey has surpassed 1,500,000 downloads and is used by a huge number of private persons, big companies, academic facilities and governmental institutions around the world.
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"LimeSurvey is used in production in the Austrian Vorarlberg State Government. LimeSurvey could stand up to two other commercial tools which have been also offered. Functionality and usability are comparable to commercial products. Regarding accessibility LimeSurvey was the only product which convinced."
- Josef Schwar
/ Office of the Austrian Vorarlberg State Government
"During the Ars Electronica exhibition LimeSurvey is used to ask visitors for their opinion. The software is a great help to capture the feedback of visitors regarding Ars Electronica and eventually to react on this feedback."
Martin Honzik / Ars Electronica
"The project OpenOffice.org uses LimeSurvey to realize its polls. The vote for the version 3.0 splash screen, the call for location of the OpenOffice.org Conference and other important surveys have already been done using LimeSurvey. For us, it's a professional, easy-to-use software that definitely fulfills our needs. Thumbs up!"
Florian Effenberger / Marketing Project Co-Lead, OpenOffice.org
"Limesurvey allowed us to build a complex community survey using 100% free (as in GPL) software with more functionality than what we found in other non-free online survey software. More than 1000 persons responded to the survey
in the first day without a glitch."
- Nicolas Barcet / Ubuntu Server Team
"We needed a one-time solution to do a small internal survey at GNOME. LimeSurvey provided us an easy to use, easy to set up, completely Free Software solution. It took me one night to set it up, design my survey, and use their cute embedded template editor to make the survey blend in the rest of our site."
- Behdad Esfahbod / GNOME Foundation
In December 20007 LimeSurvey won the First Prize in the French based Les Trophées du libre award in the category 'Enterprise Management'. The Les Trophées du libre contest was the largest international competition at the time to reward innovative and most promising Free Open Source Software. The software was described as “great software with a big potential for the future”. The awards were given to OSS projects to promote their publicity and their goals.
In 2008 LimeSurvey was one of the Top 10 finalists in the category 'Business application'
in the famous SourceForge.net Community awards. Though in the end the software package OpenOffice.org prevailed we are proud to be one of the top 10 applications in the open source business area. LimeSurvey is usually ranked around place 100 of more than 200,000 Open Source software projects on sourceforge.net