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iV4, Pervasive Solutions to merge

IV4 Inc. and Pervasive Solutions announced today that the two companies will be merging.

After the merge, the company will function as iV4 and work out of the current Fairport and Syracuse iV4 offices. Separately, the companies have supplied innovative technology for a variety of organizations in Upstate New York, and together they will work to do the same.

Steve von Berg, owner and president of Pervasive Solutions, joins iV4 as vice president of client solutions and will be a member of the company’s leadership team.

“IV4 and Pervasive Solutions share the same goal of ensuring our clients get the maximum amount of value out of every dollar they spend on technology,” von Berg said in a statement. “I am especially excited about what we will be able to do together as a result of combining two already successful information security practices. Our ability to help organizations of all sizes protect themselves and their customers from cybercriminal activities will be significant.”

Mike Spoont will remain CEO of iV4 after the merger. IV4 recently underwent a 1,000-square-foot expansion in the Fairport office, making ample room for growth.

“The merger with Pervasive Solutions brings together two great companies,” Spoont said in a statement. “Now combined, we significantly advance our goals for growth and enhanced services for clients. In key areas such as cybersecurity, cloud, managed services and more, the new IV4 will integrate best practices that we believe will result in an exceptional client experience. I have tremendous respect for Steve von Berg and his team, and I’m excited to work together as colleagues and team members.”

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