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Avantor files suit against IBM over failed SAP implementation

11:52 AM MST | November 9, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Avantor Performance Materials (Center Valley, PA) has filed a lawsuit against IBM for a failed superabsorbent polymer (SAP) software implementation. Avantor says it is "seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages from IBM." The company filed the complaint on 8 November in the US District Court of New Jersey and alleges that IBM, which was retained by Avantor to upgrade its global computer systems to an SAP platform, “fraudulently misrepresented the capabilities of its proprietary software solution and engaged in other misconduct...

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Comments (1) for Avantor files suit against IBM over failed SAP implementation
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In this article, SAP software is mentioned as Super Absorbent polymer software. I think it has not relevance to the SAP software. SAP is the name of a reputed software company and not Super Absorbent polymer.
Posted by Jeyakumar. L on Saturday, March 23, 2013 @ 07:28 AM










 
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