Kyle Barnett Jan. 10, 2013, 5:50pm

GRETNA – A marine company is using a marine software developer claiming products it bought did not work properly.

Karl Senner. Inc. filed suit against Advanced Software Solutions, LLC, Advanced Software Development Corporation, Dean C. Shoultz and Micah A. Benoit in the 24th Judicial District Court.

Karl Senner, Inc. claims the defendants are in the business of providing marine propulsion equipment to vessels and that it entered into a contract with them to provide such equipment. The plaintiff alleges that it entered into a contract with the defendants to implant the software system. Three years following the installation and usage of the software the plaintiffs forwarded numerous emails to the defendants expressing dissatisfaction with the system and asserting that the service was not working as was originally represented and asked to return the software system.

The defendant is accused of breach of contract, unjust enrichment, detrimental reliance, negligence and wrongful acts.

Damages in an amount of $454,855.69 are sought by the plaintiffs.

Karl Senner. Inc. is represented by Henry A. King of King, Krebs & Jurgens, PLLC of New Orleans.

The case has been assigned to Division N Judge Hans J. Liljeberg.

Case no. 721-146.

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