The fact that both Oracle and Cover Oregon can make such strong claims against each other "demonstrates how commingled the responsibilities are on this type of project," Krigsman added. "And also, we're talking about communication. The success of communication often lies in the perceptions of the receiver and giver. Oracle can complain it's demonstrably wrong to say they did not communicate properly, and the other side say the same thing, and from their perceptions they're both right."
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