Huron Adds to InterVision

InterVision Systems, a portfolio company of Huron Capital, has acquired Infiniti Consulting Group, an IT services provider. Huron acquired InterVision Systems in partnership with RLG Capital and senior members of the company’s management team in May 2016.

Infiniti Consulting Group provides a range of IT services. Areas of expertise include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and other hybrid cloud services as well as on-premise consulting and software design and development. Founded in 2004, Infiniti is led by founders Scott Sanders and John Gray, and President Scott Drossos. The company is headquartered near Sacramento in Folsom, CA (www.infiniticloud.com).

InterVision provides cloud and enterprise IT services including architecture, integration and configuration, installation, maintenance contract renewals, staff augmentation, project management, and managed services. The company was founded in 1993 and has headquarters in both Santa Clara, CA and Chesterfield, MO with additional offices in San Francisco and Westlake Village, CA; Bellevue, WA; and Greenwood Village, CO (www.intervision.com).

“We were impressed with Infiniti’s proven success servicing hundreds of public sector clients, from state and local governments, to universities and healthcare organizations,” said Aaron Stone, President and CEO of InterVision. “The Infiniti acquisition is a great fit for InterVision because it strengthens our position as a leading-edge IT provider—delivering in data center, cloud capabilities and IT operations.”

Over the last two years, InterVision has also merged with or acquired three other companies: Indianapolis-based Bluelock (March 2018), a provider of disaster recovery and infrastructure as a service solutions; Chesterfield, MO-based Netelligent (June 2017), a provider of IT services including on-premise and hosted managed services, security, and storage; and Westlake Village, CA-based Independent Technology Group, a provider of IT services, including networking, storage, and security services.

“We believe Infiniti’s deep roots in the public sector and extensive knowledge will give the InterVision platform a competitive edge,” said Matt Hare, Partner at Huron Capital. “This acquisition aligns with our buy and build approach and growth strategy for InterVision and continues to position us as an industry leader.”

Huron Capital invests up to $70 million per transaction in middle-market companies that have revenues up to $200 million and EBITDAs of $5 million or more. Sectors of interest include business services, consumer products & services, and specialty industrials. Huron was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Detroit (www.huroncapital.com).

© 2018 Private Equity Professional | September 13, 2018

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