DMI CEO Jay Sunny Bajaj Shares His Entrepreneurial Journey on “The American Dream”
Jay Sunny Bajaj, CEO and Founder of DMI, will be interviewed this Saturday, September 7th on Bloomberg TV’s The American Dream. Bajaj will provide viewers with a rare glimpse into his successful entrepreneurial journey, from launching DMI in the family garage to growing the mobility solutions and digital transformation leader into a $400 million company with 22 global offices and 2,000 employees.
“DMI is excited to share our expertise in mobility solutions and digital transformation with Bloomberg TV’s national audience of business leaders,” said Bajaj. “In today’s hyper-connected world, DMI helps enterprises and government organizations leverage mobility, analytics, cloud, etc. to create new revenue models and realize cost savings. We hope that new DMI partners will see this segment and better understand how digital transformation can vastly enhance their business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet today’s rapidly-evolving business challenges.”
The American Dream episode, in which Bajaj reveals best practices in building a successful global technology services firm, also introduces DMI’s new artificial intelligence (AI) portfolio AIQUS. AIQUS is a holistic solution encompassing conversational technologies; core automation with natural language processing (NLP) and video analytics; and deep learning and machine learning (ML). DMI’s AIQUS portfolio reflects the company’s commitment to helping its clients leverage next-generation technologies to drive digital business innovation.
DMI’s expansion into artificial intelligence includes a recent investment and partnership with AI start-up Zasti. Zasti’s award-winning deep learning AI technology is used by industry leaders in the insurance, transportation and healthcare sectors including Airbus, Lloyd’s of London and Maersk. Powered by AIQUS, DMI will support its customers in creating AI solutions that deliver measurable business value.
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