Describe your business.
Axim Fringe Solutions Group is primarily a human resources consulting company. We provide a variety of HR services that include benefits consulting and administration, Department of Labor compliance services, fringe dollar accounting and technology and human capital management for government contractors. Specifically, we provide these services for employees working under Service Contract Act, Davis-Bacon Act or other wage determination-mandated contracts as well as Defense Base Act contracts for overseas operations.
Who are your customers?
Federal contractors that work with SCA, DBA, wage determination or Defense Base Act-mandated contracts. On a smaller scale, our customers are also the individual contract employees that we provide benefits, fringe dollar accounting and DoL compliance services for. Whether there are 100 or 100,000 employees on a contract, we are responsible for everyone.
Axim Fringe Solutions Group
Address: 6445 S. Tenaya Way, Suite 120 (LoftWorks)
Email: [email protected]
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Owned/operated by: James Campbell
In business since: 2011
What makes your business unique?
There are a few things that set us apart from our competitors. We have devised a unique business model and methodology around being a collaborative partner to contractors that are subject to SCA, DBA, wage determination and Defense Base Act contracts. Our main difference is that we team with our clients as a subcontractor, not as a vendor. We are not trying to just sell a product to our clients and then disappear. We bring a unique mix of knowledge to our clients as our expertise is in benefits, federal contracting and DoL compliance. With this expertise, we can build customized benefit packages that are specific for each of our clients’ needs and still help them eliminate costs.
Lastly, we are the only certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that is a contractor with these capabilities. Our cost is eliminated because our clients can apply our fees toward fulfilling set-aside requirements. Set asides are the fixed percentages of a federal contract’s total dollar value that are allocated with the intent of utilizing specific businesses such as small, veteran-owned, women-owned, minority-owned, etc.
What is the best part about doing business in Southern Nevada?
The business environment is conducive for growth, which will help us as we expand and launch our wellness technology platform next year. There is a large talent pool to draw from, and we are in the same city as the multitude of contractors that support Creech and Nellis Air Force bases — and a direct flight to all the other bases west of Texas.
How can Southern Nevada improve its business climate?
I’d like to see more small-business incentives to keep my business and others like us growing. I don’t expect Tesla-size incentives for a small business, but it would be great to see more hiring and tax incentives on a smaller scale.
What have you learned from the recession?
Chin down, hands up and keep fighting. There is always a chance.