Womble Named to Head Up New Comtec U.S. Unit

Denise Womble has been named general manager and senior vice president of the Americas by Comtec Ltd., a travel technology company. Womble served as vice president of membership services and technology for Vacation.com for the past two years.

Womble is charged with building relationships with major travel retailers, suppliers and tour operators as well as creating a greater awareness for Comtec in North America, according to Richard Turner, Comtec’s COO. She gained a familiarity with Comtec while launching the EZguider platform for Vacation.com.

“We are very excited to have Womble join us and head up our launch efforts here in North America,” said Turner. “Denise has a wealth of industry, product and customer relationship experience which will enable us to integrate the Comtec technology solutions that have been established in Europe with the travel industry in North America.” She will be based in Alexandria, VA.

Prior to Vacation.com, Womble served as managing director of customer support and telesales for the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC). She also held executive posts with Independence Air and US Airways. Womble began her career with Sabre Group/AMR Corporation.

She will focus on promoting and delivering Comtec’s award-winning technology products including Travelink, a leading specialist tour operator and dynamic packaging solution, and Travelgateway, which distributes suppliers content to the retail trade and Internet.

Comtec says its client base includes tour operators, leisure travel agents and travel suppliers of all sizes. The company designs and delivers a wide range of off-the-shelf and custom-made travel software, including retail travel selling systems, travel agency management systems, online booking solutions and tour operator sales and management systems.

Visit www.comtec-europe.co.uk.

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