Reston, VA – December 2, 2021 – Amyx, Inc. announces the appointment of Eric Axelbank as its Chief Growth Officer (CGO).  On December 1, 2021, Mr. Axelbank officially assumed the role of CGO, having responsibility for Amyx’s market expansion strategies in areas such as cyber security, application modernization, eDiscovery, and in the company’s professional services arm.  Axelbank began working at Amyx in 2016 overseeing its defense line of business and then taking a special assignment at the Department of Veterans Affairs for two years.  After working for the government as an Agency Budget Officer, he returned to Amyx as the Director of Strategic Growth and he was later promoted to Vice President of Growth.

William Schaefer, Amyx’s President and CEO, said, “Eric’s impressive career in both the public and private sector including multiple leadership roles at Amyx has given him a unique understanding of the challenges many federal agencies face as well as how our solution offerings bring positive change to their operating environments.   I’m excited to work side by side with him to continue our growth trajectory as one of the industry’s leading mid-tier IT services companies.”

Axelbank, a retired Air Force Colonel, last served as a functional Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Pentagon.  Recognized by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of the Nation’s Ten Outstanding Young Americans, he brings more than 30 years of successful program operations and business leadership experience as a military officer, a federal government civilian and as a government contracting executive.  Axelbank holds three masters degrees including a Masters Degree in Economics from the University of Oklahoma and a Masters Degree in National Security Strategy from the National War College at Fort McNair, Washington DC.  He is a certified Defense CIO and he holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science.

“Amyx is defined by consummate professionalism, a culture of integrity and trust, and a teamwork environment that exists throughout the company.  I’m honored to be a part of a very successful organization that endeavors to surpass growth expectations in the coming years,” said Axelbank.