About Undo Software
Undo Ltd is a privately held company, based in Cambridge, UK.
Undo was created by Greg Law and Julian Smith. The two entrepreneurs met in the 1990's while working at the pioneering British computer firm, Acorn Computers. After leaving Acorn, the two went their separate ways but remained friends over the years. In 2005 they decided to create a better debugging tool than those which had frustrated them for many years, and Undo Software was founded. Richard Parkins joined the team shortly after, and the three self-funded the business in these early years and began to accumulate customers.
Version 1, released in 2006, was followed by subsequent releases that saw the technology steadily improve and mature. The breakthrough came with the launch of UndoDB 3.0 in 2010, which engaged several important customers and earnt the revenue needed to grow the business. The company has since been joined by Robert Brady as Chairman, taken on its first external investment round (from the Cambridge Angels), moved into a new office and taken on staff.
In 2012 UndoDB v3.5 was launched, and now even greater things await.