Undo

Undo

Undo is a fast-growing venture-backed technology start-up whose products help software companies fix unfixable bugs during their development cycle and after release.

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Address: 3/F 22 Station Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 2JD
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://undo.io
Membership type:Corporate 21-50 (£500+VAT pa)

Undo is a fast-growing venture-backed technology start-up whose products help software companies fix unfixable bugs during their development cycle and after release.

Our technology allows you to record the execution of a C/C++ program running on Linux, which can be wound back to any line of code that executed, showing the value of any memory location (and any register) at any moment in the program’s execution history.

With complete, perfect and efficient recording of software failures and the means to find and fix bugs quickly, development and QA teams do not need to reproduce issues and can collaborate more easily, speeding up time to resolution and keeping users happy.

What makes engineering at Undo unique? Find out at Cambridge Network's Jobs Fair on Friday

Undo is a fast-growing venture-backed technology start-up whose products help software companies fix unfixable bugs during their development cycle and after release.

22 September 2017Read in full

SAP selects Undo to ensure software quality for SAP HANA

SAP integrates Undo’s record, rewind and replay technology into its automated testing environment.

14 September 2017Read in full

Undo team in new offices (courtesy of Cambridge News)

Undo vision to reach world peak as an independent player

Undo 'trailblazes' the way in the Cambridge tech cluster, says Judith Gaskell of Business Weekly.

1 September 2017Read in full

Undo shortlisted for UK IT Industry Award

Undo has been selected as a finalist in this year's UK IT Industry Awards.

21 August 2017Read in full

Undo offices, Cambridge Cluster, Silicon Fen

Undo continues to grow with Cambridge office move

Software quality leader strategically placed to attract best software developers along London-Cambridge corridor.

4 May 2017Read in full