A federal court granted summary judgment to Tennessee-based Synchronics Inc. on Feb. 25, rejecting warranty, contract and fraud claims brought over a noncompliant business management software system.

Peerless Wall and Window Coverings Inc. sued Synchronics over a customized version of RealWorld’s “Point of Sale” software used to manage inventory and link several home decorating stores in the Pittsburgh area. The case was brought as a class action, but the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania denied class certification without prejudice earlier in the litigation.

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