Company Overview of N. Harris Computer Corporation
N. Harris Computer Corporation develops software solutions for customers in utility, public sector and schools group, and healthcare group businesses in North America. It offers CIS Infinity to improve revenue stream and provide customer services; Web-enabled tools to simplify data capture, enhance workflow, and improve cash flow and customer service; billing, business intelligence, information, and customer care solutions; and CustomerConnect, a customer engagement solution. The company also provides advanced metering infrastructure, automated meter reading, and move to time-of-use billing solutions; customer-information system applications; utility billing solutions; jail and offender mana...
1 Antares Drive
Ottawa, ON K2E 8C4
Founded in 1976
Key Executives for N. Harris Computer Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and President
President of Harris Healthcare Group
President of Harris Quebec Public Sector & Healthcare Group
Executive Vice President of Advanced Utility Systems
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
N. Harris Computer Corporation Key Developments
Harris Computer Corporation Appoints Shahar Sery to Lead iMDsoft Independent Business Unit
Dec 8 16
iMDsoft announced that it has been acquired by Harris Computer Corporation. iMDsoft will be run as an independent business unit within the company. It will be led by Shahar Sery, a seasoned iMDsoft executive, who has been nominated to the role of Executive Vice President.
Innoprise Software's Lawsuit against N. Harris Computer Corporation and Harris Systems USA, Inc. to Proceed to Jury Trial on June 13, 2016
Apr 26 16
Innoprise Software, Inc. announced that it has received an important Order from the Court in its lawsuit in Denver, Colorado against N. Harris Computer Corporation and Harris Systems USA, Inc. (Harris) for breach of the Asset Purchase Agreement dated April 29, 2011 (APA). While Harris had requested that the summary judgment be granted and that the lawsuit against Harris be dismissed in its entirety, the Court rejected nearly all of Harris' arguments. The Court ruled that sufficient evidence exists concerning Harris' behavior in violation of the APA that the case should proceed to trial beginning on June 13, 2016. Though the Court dismissed a portion of the lawsuit against Harris relating to software suites that Harris allegedly improperly stole from Innoprise, the case is set for a seven-day jury trial to begin on June 13, 2016. The parties expect many of the upper-level executives of Harris to testify in person, including Jeff Bender, Jim Simak and Dennis Asbury.
Innoprise Software Provides Lawsuit Update Against N. Harris Computer Corporation and Harris Systems USA, Inc
Dec 28 15
Innoprise Software, Inc. announced an update concerning its lawsuit in Denver, Colorado against N. Harris Computer Corporation and Harris Systems USA, Inc. for numerous breaches and violations by Harris of the Asset Purchase Agreement dated April 29, 2011. On November 9, 2015 Hon. Morris Hoffman issued an Order denying Harris' Motion requesting that the Innoprise lawsuit be dismissed. Though Harris argued that essentially the entire lawsuit should be dismissed, and claimed that it had the right under the APA hide sales of the software, manipulate payments that were due to Innoprise, and improperly give away the software to Harris' GEMS clients to the detriment of Innoprise, Judge Hoffman rejected those arguments. To the contrary, Judge Hoffman specifically held that the allegations that Innoprise made in the lawsuit against Harris are the 'poster child' for a violation by Harris its duty to act in good faith under the APA. A seven-day jury trial is scheduled to begin on June 13, 2016 in the District Court, City & County of Denver, Colorado to address the significant payments that Harris failed to make to Innoprise. Discovery is continuing, and Innoprise is currently scheduled to take the deposition in Orlando, FL on January 5, 2016 of Harris' CEO, Jeff Bender. Innoprise believes that Mr. Bender was personally involved in the purchase of the Innoprise software and Harris' refusal to pay any royalties to Innoprise under the APA.
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