Hertz Sues Accenture for Breach of Contract Over ‘Seriously Deficient’ Web Design Work

Client paid $32 million but claims in suit the firm 'never delivered'

The Hertz logo and the Accenture logo are positioned side by side.
The law firm representing Hertz claimed Accenture's arguments do not 'have any merit.' Getty Images

Hertz, one of the world’s largest rental car brands, is suing former marketing partner Accenture LLP for breach of contract, claiming the company failed to deliver when Hertz hired it to redesign its website and mobile apps.

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