Short Circuit Electronics has changed our name to Pavion. The same management team, business structure, and people you trust, now backed by Pavion.
All existing contracts and agreements remain in full force and effect with Pavion Corp. effective immediately. Even our EIN remains the same. Simply update our name, banking information, and review the FAQ’s attached.
Legal Message: Corbett Technology Solutions, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pavion Corp., is merging with and into Pavion Corp. on August 1, 2023, with Pavion Corp. surviving the merger. Your agreements with Corbett Technology Solutions, Inc. remain in full force and effect with Pavion Corp. as the counterparty, as successor to Corbett Technology Solutions, Inc. via the merger.
While Short Circuit Electronics and all of our legacy brands are strong and unique companies, we’re unifying our business into one, and need a brand that reflects the business we’ve become. We are the same employees, business structure and management team you trust, now delivering fire, security, and critical communications solutions from 55+ locations in the US and across 22 countries.
Learn more about Pavion here: www.pavion.com
Pavion Connects and Protects by providing fire, security, and critical communications solutions to customers around the world from 55+ locations in the U.S. and 22 countries. We bring industry-leading experience to customers in the enterprise , healthcare, education, government, data center, and retail industries. Our mission is to bring clarity and transformation to safety, security, and critical communications through technology innovation and radical service. We’re committed to serving our customers, our people, and our communities.
Pavion is a mashup of two words. Pavise + Ion = Pavion
Pavise – a full body shield used to protect warriors as they progress forward in battle
Ion – a charged particle that attracts and forms bonds
Watch the Pavion video here: Pavion: Who We Are
Collaborative Technology Solutions, L.L.C. (CTS), Corbett Technology Solutions, Inc. (CTSI) and Short Circuit Electonics company names are retiring effective August 1, 2023. All existing contracts and agreements remain in full force and effect with Pavion Corp. effective immediately. All other Pavion owned legacy brand company names remain unchanged at this time.
The process is simple.
Should you require additional information, please complete an information request at the bottom of this page or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No, we’re the same people we’ve always been. There’s been no major change to management or ownership. We still have the same values and will still be extremely focused on our relationships with people, product quality and customer service. We just believe that our new name is more representative of our vision for the future and this is the next step in our journey.
All existing contracts and agreements remain in full force and effect with Pavion Corp. effective immediately.
You will now receive Pavion Corp. branded invoices. You may wish to flag this change to your finance department so they recognize the brand as an existing supplier. Please refer to our remittance information, statements, W9, and banking letter (available upon request) for payment updates.
We will be moving to pavion.com email addresses so please look out for emails from Pavion (it’s us)! But don’t worry if you send an email to a Short Circuit Electronics email address by mistake – it will still get to the right person. If you’re in any doubt about the best way to contact us, please visit our website Pavion.com.
This name change may not require anything from you other than a change in your Accounts Payable system to ensure alignment with our new banking information. We know it will take some time to get used to calling us by our new name, so all we’d ask is to keep an eye out for us under our new name in emails and at events. Procurement and AP will want to update our information in your systems to align our relationship and eliminate possible confusion over the name change.
While existing contracts and POs will be honored, you will want to update our vendor profile for procurement and payables related items. Please refer to our W9, Articles of Incorporation, Letter of Clarification, and Banking Letter (available upon request) to update our vendor profile. Please note, Pavion will never ask you to update banking information or remittance details via individual email or phone.
When setting up a vendor profile for Pavion, please refer to line 2 of the W9. Line 2, Business name/disregarded entity name, if different from above (referring to Line 1 of the W9). The Tax Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) is how Pavion reports revenue for tax purposes to the IRS.
Pavion Corp. is a registered business name in the State of Delaware replacing the business names of Corbett Technology Solutions, Inc (CTSI), Collaborative Technology Solutions (CTS) and Short Circuit Electronics. Short Circuit Electronics has maintained its existing EIN, however, Short Circuit Electronics original EIN has been dissolved and will be replaced by Pavion.
All payments to Pavion should be remitted to the details outlined on your invoice remittance details, statement, or banking letter. Please note, Pavion will never ask you to update banking information or remittance details via individual email or phone. Banking letters are available upon request.