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Tech company acquires firm

March 28, 2018
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A local technology company has expanded its footprint to the state’s east side via acquisition.

Grand Rapids-based CQL, a software firm, said today it acquired Ann Arbor-based Union Digital, a digital commerce and design firm.

The acquisition is expected to accelerate CQL’s capabilities and address increased customer demand.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Kevin Antel, co-founder, CIO and CFO at CQL, said the firms will be “better able” to support their clients’ “most ambitious innovations.”

“We are excited to combine our teams and become a part of CQL to power data-driven strategy for our customers,” said Scott Robertson, co-founder, Union Digital.

CQL specializes in digital strategy, user-experience design, or UX, mobile design, software development and ecommerce platforms.

The company’s client portfolio includes Wolverine Worldwide, PetSmart and Two Men and a Truck.

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