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Global software developer chooses Bedford Heights for new premises

June 7, 2019/0/0

Global software specialist MatsSoft officially opened their new office in Bedford Heights on Wednesday 5th June, with special guest Mayor Dave Hodgson ceremoniously cutting the ribbon.

MatsSoft is known for developing a Low-code application development platform used by brands like Nationwide Building Society, Vodafone and Thomas Cook to deliver business apps to customers and staff alike.

The Mayor, joined by Tim Pain, Director of Verve Developments Ltd – owners of Bedford Heights, Mark Costanzo from Fiducia Interiors – who led the overall design of the new office suite, and Matthew Burnett from Avison Young responsible for project management, took a keen interest in the software applications MatsSoft provides to local government.

Tim Pain: “It’s fitting that a building with a strong technology heritage welcomes MatsSoft to a large space at Bedford Heights, becoming one of our biggest tenant businesses. We look forward to MatsSoft integrating into our vibrant business community.”

The move falls in line with ambitious expansion and recruitment plans, facilitating ongoing growth. The refurbished suite is 10,303 sq ft of thoughtfully designed space – akin to the likes of Microsoft/Google. With 72 staff already based in Bedford, there’s now room to grow.

Richard Billington, CTO at MatsSoft, said:

“It’s great to move our company into Bedford’s premier business destination. As one of the region’s biggest employers of technical talent, it’ll no doubt be an advantage to be based in the iconic Texas Instruments building. If you’re a local PHP developer, tester, product owner or product manager looking for a new challenge then please get in touch at”

MatsSoft, which is part of the Netcall Group of companies, currently employs 250 staff across various locations including Poole, Hemel Hempstead plus a team of remote workers.

MatsSoft supports businesses facing challenges around change, complexity and costs. Its Low-code tech platform allows apps and systems to be built through drag and drop configuration of functions, rather than traditional coding. MatsSoft’s products are used by brands including Coca-Cola, ITV, Nationwide, intel and FedEx to improve and streamline their processes on a daily basis.

To find out more about MatsSoft, visit