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While the details are undisclosed, it appears that the whole issue was becoming so expensive to litigate that it was probably more cost effective to move on. In a CIO article published on April 9,SAP had 25 — 30 contract attorneys working on the litigation and it had cost them millions.
Over and above that SAP also claimed that their legal discovery process had also cost over a million dollars as well [FN1].
That was just over a year ago. There are additional interesting twists and turns in this saga and while I am not claiming SAP is completely innocent there are certainly lessons to be learned.
It would certainly be reasonable to assume that that new management was not familiar enough with the company or its employees to find the right people to make the right decisions. Waste Management was a company in crisis. As such, it seems that the company had a lot on its plate at once: There were the claims, and the counterclaims, and the back and forth, and the armies of lawyers, and the thousands of pages of court filings, and the millions spent by both sides on the litigation.
It was time for this to finally end.
But behind those success factors is the risk if those factors are lacking. In this case it seems entirely reasonable, and plausible, that Waste Management did not provide key, timely information or key decision-makers as SAP had said.
So, while I do not put a lot of store in serious application gaps or problems, I do give some credence to their claims about the nastier side of business. The idea that the company did not provide good resources, or that those resources would not make decisions is likely valid but those are known risks that should have been raised to the steering committee.
In the end, this lawsuit should have never happened.After a contentious battle that started brewing in March of SAP and Waste Management have reached a settlement agreement.
While the details are undisclosed, it appears that the whole issue was becoming so expensive to litigate that it was probably more cost effective to move on.
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The lawsuit filed by Waste Management against SAP in March over what the trash-disposal company claims was a botched ERP (enterprise resource planning) implementation is growing increasingly.
Waste Management, Hershey’s, the Shane Company, Overstock – all of these examples are well-known companies that blamed their new ERP systems for their difficulties, and the solutions are all provided by Tier I ERP vendors such as SAP .
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The lawsuit filed by Waste Management against SAP in March over what the trash-disposal company claims was a botched ERP (enterprise resource planning) implementation is growing increasingly. SAP is suing insurer Swiss Re International, claiming that the company has refused to pay its share of an $80 million settlement with Waste Management, which had brought suit against SAP in About K.E.I.N. Contact: Existing Ethanol Plants. Map of Kansas Biofuels Projects, (Operating, Idled, Under Construction) (PDF kb), Source: Kansas Energy.
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