PRESS RELEASE: NorDutch Technologies, Inc and Vividal, LLC Announce Merger

Combined company will focus on providing managed IT and cloud services

Franklin, TN and Albany, NY – NorDutch Technologies, Inc and Vividal, LLC, leading providers of cloud-based application and IT services, today announced the merger of the companies, effective July 1, 2019.

The new company will operate as NorDutch Technologies, Inc with its corporate headquarters in Franklin, TN.  NorDutch founder Richard Van Etten will be the new company’s CEO and Vividal founder, Robert Scott has been named COO.

“This merger provides our company with the ability to service our existing customers better and lays the groundwork for us to expand into different markets.  We are both very excited to build our business around the same fundamental core values and assist our customers in growing theirs”, Rich Van Etten said.  Robert Scott added, “It brings together two companies with a similar customer focus but different areas of expertise”.

NorDutch Technologies, Inc was formed in 2004 recognizing the need for small and medium sized customers to have access to enterprise systems.  They started by providing SMB customers with access to Application Service Provider (ASP) services.  Over the last 15 years, those solutions have allowed customers to access the technologies they needed without heavily investing in the infrastructure. Although the landscape has changed, NorDutch’s focus has not, providing its customers with cloud-based solutions as a Microsoft CSP.

Vividal, LLC was founded by Robert Scott in 2010 focusing on delivering IT solutions to small and medium sized customers. During the last nine years, Vividal has built a managed services practice focused on providing its customers with desktop, back office system and network support, allowing its customers to focus on their core business strategies, while not worrying about IT.

Combined the companies will provide application and IT services to over 75 customers in the greater Nashville area and New York’s Capital District and Hudson Valley regions.