With victory in hand, WPL will now have access to a large SAS customer base that had been effectively frozen by the uncertainty surrounding the litigation. Many SAS customers I know initially scoffed at WPL, opining that SAS would simply wear them down by outspending in a protracted legal fight, causing WPL to go broke or otherwise cry uncle. What's $20M to the largest analytics company in the world, they asked? Well, it now seems they have their answer: Who cares? David has tripped up Goliath.
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