Department of Corrections succeeds in $4m claim against Fujitsu NZ

Department of Corrections succeeds in $4m claim against Fujitsu NZ
The Department of Corrections was looking for a new rostering system. (Image: NZME)
Riley Kennedy
The Department of Corrections succeeded in its $4 million claim against Fujitsu New Zealand for wasted expenditures over a rostering system it would build for its staff.Five years ago, the department entered into a contract with Fujitsu NZ, which was meant to provide the Department of Corrections with a system to manage rostering its staff in a “more efficient way”.Fujitsu brought in Dassault Systemes Australia and its Quintiq product, which Corrections purchased the licence in December 2018 for $1.8m.MisrepresentationFujitsu said t...

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