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Byline: McGregor McCance
Jan. 27--Richmond-based AgilQuest Inc. recently cut seven positions, reflecting the persistence of an economic recession that has caused many firms to delay new technology spending.
AgilQuest, which now has 22 full-time employees, is considered one of the area's promising technology-related small businesses.
Its software manages "office hoteling" for corporations that have mobile work forces doing business from multiple locations.
Company Chief Executive John Vivadelli said the positions cut were administrative, sales and software development jobs.
"We're not losing deals. They're just being delayed," he …