Summer ended quickly this year and we’re already missing the warm sunshine. While you were busy catching rays, DMI was busy enjoying the buzz from the awards we’ve won this season, for shaping mobility and technology innovation. We made the rankings of several top lists and were even highlighted as a top digital agency to work with. We are excited to be listed in Bloomberg’s Government Federal Industry Leaders for 2016 and as Bloomberg stated: “With $400 billion on the line, these 200 companies dominated.” It took into account our various technologies, our knowledge and trusted experience in enterprise mobility, and our ability to maintain high customer satisfaction.
For the 23rd year in row, the Washington Technology has released its ranking of the 100 largest government technology contractors and DMI is thrilled again to have made the list for the fourth year in row.
Another ranking that DMI was honored to be included in is IDC’s inaugural Federal IT Top 100 Rankings, which “categorize and evaluate technology providers based on calendar year revenues from government institutions for hardware, software, and/or IT services.” The rankings survey said we offer pure information technology services. What it doesn’t say is that at the same time, we remain agnostic in our tech solution tools, which is an important detail for our partners to remember, as each customer’s requirement is unique and we tailor our solution offering to the customer problem we are addressing.
Additionally, Clutch, a B2B rating and review firm, also recognised our digital innovation and high customer service satisfaction above others competing in the DC digital market and highlighted as a leading Washington DC Digital Agency. Our inclusion in this coverage can be attributed to our proven record of successful digital campaign execution, our focus across digital services, and most importantly, our robust record of client satisfaction as evidenced by the twelve client reviews that are published on Clutch.
What sparks our nostalgia at the end of summer is the initial transition to fall, when we have to say hello to socks again and goodbye to sandals. DMI has stayed true to its foundation of hard work this past summer by bringing services in strategic business transformation, software systems modernization, enterprise information management and technology, cybersecurity, and marketing strategy and communication.
After ruminating on our summer achievements and moving forward with fall, we’ve decided our favorite award was DMI taking the 18th spot among large businesses in the Washington, DC area in the Washington Post’s 2016 Top Places to Work. As our CEO, Sunny Bajaj stated:
“We’re honored to be recognized by the Washington Post as one of the top places to work for a third year in a row. At DMI, our employees have always been the foundation to our success. We believe fostering a creative environment and treating our employees well is the key to a prosperous business.”
Who knows what the fall will bring in terms of new and exciting accolades, but we will be sure to share them with you. Stay tuned…