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Management Team

Dr. Robert Brady - Chairman

Robert is chairman of Undo and treasurer of the Cambridge Angels investment group. Twenty years ago he left his academic position in Cambridge University to found Brady plc, which listed on the London Stock Exchange and is now the largest European supplier of software solutions for global commodity trading.

Robert has a physics PhD from Trinity College, Cambridge University. He enjoys hiking and skiing.

Dr. Greg Law - Co-founder and CEO

Greg has 15 years' experience in both academia and innovative start-up software companies.  His Ph.D. thesis was nominated for the 2001 British Computer Society Distinguished Dissertation Award. In 2005 he co-founded Undo Software, which he now runs.



Dr. Julian Smith - Co-founder and CTO

Julian holds a physics degree from Oxford University, and a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University of Edinburgh. He has spent the subsequent years writing software professionally, with a focus on development tools and system-level programming.

Julian is a keen cyclist and an accomplished violin, viola and baroque violin player and plays in various chamber music groups, orchestras and a local folk/rock group.



Dr. Robert Swann - Board member

Robert is an entrepreneur specialising in early stage technology companies.

He is the Chairman of Audio Analytic Ltd, and a board member of Undo Software Ltd,Knowledge Transmission Ltd, Myrtle Software and Movidius Ltd. Robert is also a board member of the Cambridge Angels and the Greater Cambridgeshire and Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (GCGP LEP).

Robert was one of the two co-founders of innovative Cambridge semiconductor company Alphamosaic (acquired by Broadcom) and Executive Chairman of Green Parrot Pictures Ltd (acquired by Google in 2011).

Robert graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, in Electrical and Information Sciences and gained a PhD in video processing at Cambridge University Engineering Department. He has also published more than 15 patents. He lives in Cambridge.