InterVision Completes Merger with Netelligent Corporation
DETROIT, MI, June 7, 2017 – Huron Capital today announced its information technology (IT) solutions platform, InterVision Systems (“InterVision”), has merged with Chesterfield, Mo.-based Netelligent Corporation (“Netelligent”). This is the first business expansion for InterVision since creating the platform investment with Huron Capital in May 2016.
Started as a value-added reseller of Cisco voice products in 2003, Netelligent has expanded to become a leading provider of hybrid IT solutions delivering on-premise and hosted technologies ranging from managed services, security, storage and collaboration to private cloud. The company operates out of three locations: Chesterfield, Mo., St. Louis, Mo., and Boulder, Colo.
“Netelligent brings significant expertise and capabilities in managed and cloud services complementing InterVision’s strengths in the data center,” said Whitney Tomlin, CEO of InterVision. “With this transaction, InterVision gains an established platform for delivering profitable managed services that can accelerate growth and expand the services we offer to our customers.”
Aaron Stone, co-founder of Netelligent commented, “Rick Chapman and I were seeking a partnership to accelerate Netelligent’s growth and provide us access to new customers. We are excited to be joining the management of this larger, stronger and more diversified business.”
“This transaction is a great step forward in the strategic evolution of InterVision’s business,” said Matt Hare, Principal at Huron Capital. “These organizations are a great cultural fit and we are very excited for the next stage of this platform.”
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