Fairfax tech company acquires Herndon intelligence services firm
Axiologic buys Knowledge Link
Fairfax-based federal technology company Axiologic Solutions LLC announced Thursday it has acquired Herndon-based intelligence services firm Knowledge Link. It is Axiologic’s first acquisition.
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but the acquisition will nearly double the size of Axiologic, according to a company statement.
“Through the combination of Axiologic and Knowledge Link, we’ll be creating an even stronger, broader range of technology, financial and program management solutions for classified environments,” Axiologic Solutions co-founder and Managing Partner Tom Stauber said in a statement.
Founded in 2003, Knowledge Link offers development and integration services for mission-critical applications and classified environments including program management, systems engineering, software engineering, software development and business management. Axiologic provides systems engineering and information technology services for defense, intelligence and other federal government customers.
“We look forward to leveraging this cultural chemistry to collaborate on bringing combined capabilities to more customers in need of innovations to support and protect our country,” Stauber said in a statement.
Miles & Stockbridge PC and Atlantic Union Bank advised Axiologic during the transaction. Knowledge Link was represented by Rees Broom and FON Corporate Finance.