Toronto software company Nulogy suing U.S. client for allegedly stealing trade secrets

Nulogy CEO Jason Tham at a custom-packaging facility.

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The Toronto supply chain management software company Nulogy Corp. is suing a client from Wisconsin, alleging it misappropriated Nulogy’s trade secrets as it developed similar software to make supply chains more efficient.

Nulogy’s software allows participants all across a supply chain to maintain constant communication and co-ordination. This has become more important during the COVID-19 pandemic, as demand for some products has become unpredictable and new safety precautions are in place across chains’ every link.

With clients including Procter & Gamble Co. and Kellogg Co., Nulogy says its revenue is about $20-million annually – and the company says that figure is expected to rise because of heightened supply chain scrutiny and safety because of the pandemic.

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But in a filing with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice this past summer, Nulogy alleges that Wisconsin’s Menasha

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