About Michael Chavira

Chavira and Stauber have adopted the same technique to provide best-in-class services to their clients to develop their business and improve their internal operations. “As our firm grew, we realized the importance of improving our business processes. The mentality you need to attain $1 million in sales is different from running a $20 million business. This realization led Chavira to question other business owners, including those running much larger organizations, about their tools and practices. If we adopted some of these technologies before we needed them, we’d be more effective than our peers during expansion.

Michael Chavira co-founded Axiologic Solutions with fellow veteran Thomas Stauber in 2009. “We cooperate with defense contractors to keep the country safe,” adds Chavira. We handle government issues.” Axiologic Solutions works with the defense, intelligence, and government communities to secure the country.

Chavira and Stauber work to solve their clients’ difficulties. Chavira founded Axiologic Solutions to focus on complicated engineering’s human element. Axiologic Solutions is a successful and renowned engineering consultant in Northern Virginia because they work directly with subject matter experts, produce prototypes, and listen to their clients.

Chavira led the acquisition of Herndon, VA-based Knowledge Link in December 2020. It virtually doubled the company’s size. Chavira and Stauber made a second acquisition in 2022. Axiologic Solutions has added Data Intelligence Technologies’ clients and capabilities. Axiologic Solutions has 300 workers and no plans to halt down. A third acquisition will broaden Axiologic Solutions and Chavira’s efforts to solve challenging engineering problems.

Axiologic Solutions has won several honors, including 2018 Government Contractor of the Year from SECAF and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Award (SDVOSB), Washington Technology “Fast 50” Company 2015, 2016, 2018, & 2019 2018 & 2019 Washington Business Journal 75 Fastest Growing Companies, 2019 & 2020 Virginia Fantastic 50.

Chavira is a veteran, engineer, and entrepreneur. Education helped him rise from a farmer in Wyoming with his family to a leader in engineering ideas. Chavira is a board member for the City Kids Wilderness Project in Washington, D.C., a donor for the Boy Scouts of America and on their Board of Advisors, a strategic advisor for the Buffalo Bill Museum of the West, and a donor to the Children’s Science Center of Northern Virginia.

Chavira believes in the capacity of higher education to improve his own skills. He attended these colleges: Bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from UW, MBA from UMass, MS in systems engineering from UVA, MBA in finance from American University.

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started