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-====== The Importance ​of a requirements analysis ======+====== The importance ​of a requirements analysis ======
 The Supreme Court of New South Wales has examined a case in which a customer was dissatisfied with the installation of an inventory control computer software and hardware solution. The customer, A had contracted B to install a new system for the use in a vehicle distributorship,​ but claimed the new system was unsuitable and wanted to be reimbursed for its replacement. B had also commenced legal action to recover its fees - this had occurred before A made its claim. The Supreme Court of New South Wales has examined a case in which a customer was dissatisfied with the installation of an inventory control computer software and hardware solution. The customer, A had contracted B to install a new system for the use in a vehicle distributorship,​ but claimed the new system was unsuitable and wanted to be reimbursed for its replacement. B had also commenced legal action to recover its fees - this had occurred before A made its claim.
  

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