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MSP M&A: Syscom Business Technologies Acquires LVTC

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Managed IT and cybersecurity company Syscom Business Technologies has acquired Lehigh Valley Technology Company (LVTC) for an undisclosed amount.

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Syscom Acquires Lehigh Valley Technology Company

Syscom, founded in 1978, is based in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The company has 18 employees listed on LinkedIn. Syscom’s areas of expertise include managed IT services, IT consulting, IT security service, business IT, network infrastructure, managed services, IT projects and IT services.

LVTC, founded in 2012, is based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The company has eight employees listed on LinkedIn. LVTC’s areas of expertise include computers, data backup, cloud computing, information security, Office 365, firewall, disaster recovery, business continuity, servers, network administration, data forensics, network security, managed service provider, MSP, information technology, MSP, IT, customer service, remote monitoring management, service plans, virtual CIO, HIPAA, dark web and information technology services.

LVTC will soon operate under the Syscom Business Technologies name, the company said. In addition to its newest location in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Sycom has four locations across Michigan including Grand Rapids, Lansing, Traverse City and Sterling Heights as its headquarters. Syscom previously acquired Michigan Computer Solutions in November 2020.

Syscom Acquires Lehigh Valley Technology Company: Leadership Insight

Scott Huxley, managing principal, Syscom
Scott Huxley, managing principal, Syscom

Scott Huxley, managing principal, Syscom, commented:

"Combining Lehigh Valley Technology Company's 17-years with Syscom's 44-years in the IT space will provide all our clients with the technology depth and breadth needed for continued long-term success in a rapidly changing business market. We have developed a mature managed services model and structured IT support program that delivers consistent, predictable results to our clients. With this acquisition, we want everyone to know we are focused on our customers' success and continued innovation.

"Looking at IT from a business standpoint is at the root of all that we do and how we serve our customers - which is exactly how LVTC provides services. The acquisition made sense right from the start seeing how our cultures and delivery of services aligned."

Scott Gingold, former president of LVTC, said:

"Though I had many suitors interested in purchasing Lehigh Valley Technology Company, the decision to be acquired by Syscom was easy. Syscom shares the same values regarding staff, customers, and culture. Under Scott and Brandon Clous's leadership, they will take Lehigh Valley Technology Company (LVTC) to a new level of technology and customer satisfaction that will serve employees and customers beyond what I might have otherwise achieved."

Brandon Clous, CEO, Syscom, added:

"The integration of both companies will take place over the coming months but most importantly all of our clients will continue to receive the same high-quality services and solutions they have come to expect."