Travel technology company Comtec has bought web design company Jamber, whose clients include Thomas Cook, Harvey World Travel and Hilton International.
Comtec plans a series of acquisitions following its management buyout last month led by RJD Partners.
Jamber founder Jerry Foot will join Comtec as head of e-commerce.
Comtec chief executive Simon Powell said: “Many of Comtec’s e-commerce clients require web design services and it makes sense for us to offer a complete, integrated, design and delivery programme to clients.”
Jamber will continue to provide web design services for travel and tourism companies, as well as Comtec client and in house work.
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