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Anheuser-Busch InBev has confirmed it has ended a legal battle with software supplier SAP over an alleged US$600m outstanding fee.

AB InBev settled the dispute with software supplier SAP out of court

AB InBev settled the dispute with software supplier SAP out of court

In an SEC filing in the US this week, AB InBev said it had settled with SAP out of court. The company revealed the settlement was made on 30 June but did not disclose the amount.

In May last year, AB InBev told just-drinks it would "vigorously" defend itself against the SAP arbitration claim, which was filed in the US in February. SAP alleged that AB InBev employees using its software were in breach of a 2010 licence agreement, and that the company had underpaid fees.

In February last year, Diageo lost a court battle with SAP over a US$68m bill. The software supplier alleged that the Johnnie Walker owner had breached a licensing agreement by expanding the user base for an SAP sales platform.

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