Post Office inquiry told that fixing bugs was too costly and time consuming

18 Jan 2024 9:20 AM | Shivani Kaura (Administrator)

The Post Office inquiry heard from two former Fujitsu staffers yesterday

A software developer at Fujitsu who raised the issue of bugs within the Horizon software that the Post Office rolled out from the late 1990's has told the inquiry into the Post Office scandal that the company did not fix the bugs because it was too expensive and too time consuming. It isn't the first time the inquiry has been made aware of damaging decisions being made due to worries about cost.

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