New Headway makes progress since original firm’s collapse

When technology firm Headway Software went into receivership three years ago, a group of its executives felt there were still opportunities for the company’s technology.

2nd June, 2007

When technology firm Headway Software went into receivership three years ago, a group of its executives felt there were still opportunities for the company’s technology.

Chris Chedgey, Ian Sutton and Paul Hickey in vested their money by setting up a new firm, Headway Software Technology, to buy Headway’s assets from the receiver. They have spent the time since developing new technologies and relaunching the new Headway.

The company’s technology focuses on...

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