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QuantiTech, Subsidiaries Seek to Enhance Civilian, Defense Offerings With Rebranding Effort

Company rebranding

QuantiTech, Subsidiaries Seek to Enhance Civilian, Defense Offerings With Rebranding Effort

QuantiTech, together with three of its subsidiaries, has rebranded as Axient to provide a more comprehensive portfolio of solutions for defense and civilian agency clients.

The rebranding effort reflects the combined capabilities of QuantiTech, Millennium Engineering and Integration, Dynamic Concepts and System Engineering Group, Axient said.

The company’s portfolio covers multi-domain test and analysis, mission engineering and operations, digital engineering and advanced technologies. 

Axient President and Chief Executive Officer Patrick Murphy, a Potomac Officers Club member, said in a statement that the rebranding affirms the company’s commitment to empowering customers to move at the speed their mission requires.

Murphy also touted Axient’s combined 2,000-member global workforce for its alignment in culture, priorities and mission focus.

As part of the organizational change, Axient reorganized its operations into five business segments, each led by senior vice presidents.

The segments and their respective leaders are as follows: Reese Hauenstein for Integrated Force Systems, Larry Foor for Defense Systems, Dan Benjamin for National Security Space Systems, Jon Sharpe for Civil Air and Space Systems, and Joe Clayton for Advanced Technology.

Axient is a portfolio company of Sagewind Capital. The New York-based private equity firm has made recent investments in multiple companies, including By Light, Sigma Defense Systems, Skience and Corfin Industries.

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