BCX loses court case over Dis-Chem pharmacy software

Wednesday 27 May 2020 | 11:05 CET | News
South Africa's High Court has dismissed an application brought by ICT company BCX against Vexall, claiming that Vexall illegally poached its employees and customers and unlawfully appropriated its intellectual property, reports Mybroadband. The dispute between BCX and Vexall concerns computer software used by hundreds of pharmacies in South Africa, including Dis-Chem, which is a shareholder in Vexall, a software company that began trading in September 2019. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: BCX
Countries: South Africa
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