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DMI, the world's first end-to-end mobility company, combines all the skills and services necessary to deliver mobile enterprise solutions. Built to reinvent business through mobility, DMI has expertise in mobile strategy, UX, web, and app development, omni-cha... more.
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Dub Labs Inc
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Indian CEO Council
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Mason's School of Management
University of Toronto
Michigan State University
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Dr. Ken S. Bajaj, PhD
Chief Operating Officer Dr. Ken Bajaj, Digital Management's Chief Operating Officer, has been a leader in the IT services industry serving government and commercial industries for more than 30 years. He is recognized as possessing visionary leadership in terms of outsourcing, automation, performance-based contracting and the innovative application of computing technology. During his extensive operational career, Dr. Bajaj has delivered significant organic revenue growth and profitability which, along with his strategic acquisitions, has delivered billions of dollars of realized shareholder value. Dr. Bajaj previously founded DigitalNet, Inc., an IT outsourcing business providing managed services focused on the public sector. In 2004, DigitalNet was acquired by BAE Systems for $600 million. In 1997, he founded AppNet Systems, Inc., an e-business services company that was the fourth largest interactive media services company in the United States. After taking AppNet public, the company received recognition from Advertising Age and Internet World magazines as being one of the largest and most successful companies of its type. Previous to his time with AppNet, Dr. Bajaj led the successful sale of I-NET to Wang Laboratories, Inc. which ultimately became the foundation of the $1 billion North American operations of Getronics NV. At Wang Laboratories, Inc., Dr. Bajaj was Vice Chairman responsible for corporate strategic planning and major account development worldwide. Dr. Bajaj received a Ph.D. in Systems Science from Michigan State University in 1971 and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto in 1968.
Davidson Capital Group
AppNet was organized by Ken Bajaj and an excellent management team, which had previously built a very successful technology business that was acquired by Wang.
DCG consulted with Ken Bajaj, the former CEO of AppNet, to acquire Digital Net, which went public in 2003 with a $400 million market capitalization and was sold in 2004 to BAE Systems for $600 million in cash. These transactions marked Ken Bajaj as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country over the last five or six years. We are proud to have assisted Ken Bajaj in establishing this record.
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Ken S. Bajaj
Ken S. Bajaj Former Chairman, President and CEO AppNet / Digitalnet
Ken S. Bajaj, Former Chief Executive Officer of AppNet and DigitalNet
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Ken S. Bajaj Ken S. Bajaj Former Chief Executive Officer Ken Bajaj, a long-time management partner of GTCR, has been a leader in the IT services industry since 1971, when he began his career with Electronic Data Systems ("EDS"). He was one of nine people who left EDS to launch Perot Systems, where he was a senior executive. He joined I-Net in 1988 as President and sold the company to Wang Laboratories in 1996. In partnership with GTCR, Mr. Bajaj created and founded AppNet a Web design and e-commerce integration firm that grew to be the fourth largest interactive media services company in the U.S. AppNet (publicly traded on the NASDAQ under APNT) was sold to Commerce One in 2000. In 2001, Mr. Bajaj partnered again with GTCR and founded DigitalNet an IT security and solutions firm, focused on the federal government and public sector. DigitalNet (publicly traded on the NASDAQ as DNET) was sold to British Aerospace (BAE) in 2004. Ken S. Bajaj