DMI Awarded $8M Artificial Intelligence Contract from the U.S. Army; Jay Sunny Bajaj Quoted

Jeff Brody

Digital Management (DMI) has been awarded an $8 million contract to leverage its AIQUS artificial intelligence and machine learning portfolio to modernize the U.S. Army's Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System, known as iPERMS, DMI announced on Thursday.

DMI will support HRC by leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to scan personnel file metadata, ensuring proper indexing, filing and management of this data, as well as a reduction in errors, within the iPERMS system.

iPERMS is a mission-critical, centralized records management program chartered to redesign the U.S. Army's business processes surrounding the management of official military personnel records used by commanders and human resource managers for decision-making about soldiers' continued service and careers.

"We're thrilled to bring these emerging technologies to the U.S. Army's HRC office in Fort Knox, Kentucky," said Jay Sunny Bajaj, founder and CEO of DMI. "We're actively incorporating our AIQUS portfolio across the full spectrum of DMI solutions for government and commercial clients alike to optimize operations, cut costs and transform business for DMI's valued customers."

The iPERMS system houses 250 million personnel file artifacts, such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, college transcripts and deployment orders. Nearly two million artifacts are processed every month.

About DMI 

DMI is a global digital transformation company purpose-built to reinvent business for today's mobile and connected world. At DMI, we take a human-centric, mobile-first approach to help our clients disrupt their markets and evolve their business models. We're a new breed of partner that brings together the innovation and design-thinking of a digital agency with the rapid and iterative delivery of a modern IT services partner.

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