McLean tech company buys D.C.-based firm
Ntiva Inc. acquires eGuard Technology services
McLean-based information technology company Ntiva Inc. announced Thursday it has acquired Washington, D.C.-based eGuard Technology Services.
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Ntiva provides managed IT, cloud hosting, cybersecurity, communications and strategic IT consulting services, while eGuard monitors, maintains and secures customer IT infrastructures through a single point management system.
“eGuard Tech has long committed to differentiating our services by being the strategic technology and business consultant to our clients and delivering innovative technology solutions,” eGuard CEO Khaled Farhang said in a statement. “Our partnership with Ntiva has offered us the opportunity to expand on these services while providing a deep bench in the crucial areas of security and cloud solutions.”
The acquisition of eGuard expands Ntiva’s footprint into the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore markets and increases the company’s client base to more than 1,400 organizations across the U.S., according to a company statement.
“We are pleased to welcome the eGuard Tech team to the Ntiva family,” Ntiva CEO Steven Freidkin said in a statement. “eGuard Tech, founded in 2004, has a proven track record of providing outstanding services to their clients. As a company with a deeply rooted track record of building relationships and growing their employees, eGuard Tech is a perfect fit with the existing Ntiva culture.”