A charter school in Indianapolis has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against a local information technology contractor.
According to court documents, KIPP Academy is seeking $45,796 in damages from Dimitri Snowden and his company, Ion360. The lawsuit, filed last month, states the school signed a contract with Snowden’s company in July 2009, but the corporate entity did not exist until May 2010.
The lawsuit claims Ion360 promised “responsive service and rapid resolution” to technology issues and problems, along with 24/7 support, but did not deliver. “Defendants began to pressure KIPP to purchase products and services from Defendants that KIPP did not need and could not afford,” according to the lawsuit.
Officials with the KIPP Academy declined to comment on the lawsuit citing ongoing litigation.
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