The city of Philadelphia is flushing out Oracle from its water billing project after the vendor failed to get the project up and running.
In addition to some serious egg-to-the-face, Oracle is taking a $6.9m hit in costs that is forgave the city as part of the failed project, according to Computer World. Oracle’s enterprise software business traditionally has a reputation of causing projects to fail or come in over budget.
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