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Deep Industry Experience, Broad Perspective

Welcome to Axis Associates, LLC and its RevenueEngine™ functional consulting practice. Axis. uses best-in-class systems and a nexus of ideas to accelerate top-line revenue performance and profits by utilizing the salesforce, customer & channel management, and pricing more effectively.

Axis Associates is a niche oriented management and strategy consulting firm founded by Mark Kirkwood and other members in 2008. Axis. is specialized in corporate strategyorganization, and revenue generation matters.

Axis. mainly focuses on helping companies improve the performance of their revenue-engines by leading clients to discover and optimize the value of buried businesses [e.g., customers, products, and contact information].

With RevenueEngine™Axis. helps companies find and capture pockets of granular growth. Nearly every company has considerable opportunity for organic growth if it looks at the right level of granularity. We help companies take a fine-grained view by geography, industry segment, and offerings to find the hidden pockets of growth—including often overlooked small and medium-sized business segments—and then tailor the strategies and approaches needed to capture them.

Axis. also pursues control-focused acquisitions [e.g., micro-caps]; and we help companies improve their Mergers & Acquisitions [M&A] “commercial-perspective” through an integrated, battle-tested approach that links acquisition strategy, diligence, and merger integration. Our advice & council to clients on buy-side M&A matters [e.g., acquisition strategy, strategic due diligence, merger integration, joint ventures and alliances] improves their odds of successful M&A.

Engaging Axis Associates is a good business decision. Become a client—we have a track record for delivering results and making companies more valuable.

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  • TEDCO July 27, 2012, 1:15 pm

    Axis, Congratulations on the firm’s terrific fourth year serving the mid-atlantic region. On behalf of TEDCO, we appreciate all of your support and advice over the past years. Also, thanks for the White Paper on The Benefits of Failure — “No one would deny that success is a positive experience. But failure…?” A very well thought out piece, and a really interesting perspective on its motivation aspects too (e.g., Failure measures the distance we travel between idea and accomplishment.). Well done!

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