Law360 (April 22, 2019, 5:12 PM EDT) -- The Hertz Corp. sued professional services firm Accenture LLP in New York federal court for allegedly performing shoddy work in revamping the car rental giant's website after taking nearly two years and charging $32 million in fees.
From the time Accenture began its work in August 2016 until Hertz fired the firm in May 2018, there were missed deadlines, pushed-back "go live" dates and failure to meet many of Hertz's technical specifications, according to Friday's complaint. Along with millions of dollars in fees, it also cost Hertz millions of dollars more in lost revenue, the company said.
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