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30+ days ago

Software Debugger

Digital Management, Inc. Fort Meade, MD

Develops and Maintains software trouble reports Provides thought leadership for Software Debugging and Troubleshooting efficiencies Performs… ClearanceJobs.com


30+ days ago

Software Developer

Digital Management, Inc. Fort Meade, MD

and Duties: Perform software troubleshooting and analysis of highly engineered complex systems Perform troubleshooting at operating system… ClearanceJobs.com


30+ days ago

Cyber Security Intern

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

.NET/SharePoint Developer

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD +2 locations

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mobility Service Engineer

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Software Architect

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Web Accessibility Analyst (Senior)

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

User Experience Developer

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

• Responsible for conceptualizing and creating intuitive, engaging, and brand consistent interfaces for mobile, desktop… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mobility Service Technician

Digital Management Silver Spring, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Junior Financial Analyst

Digital Management Bethesda, MD

DMI is a leading provider of mobile enterprise solutions and services, including mobile strategy, mobile UX and app solutions, omni-channel commerce… Glassdoor


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Jay Sunny Bajaj
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    Everything That Glitters Is Not Gold - DMI Is Alluring To Join, But Painful To Stay

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Bethesda, MD
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bethesda, MD

    I worked at Digital Management full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Exciting industry buzz that gives the company a certain sense of notoriety in discussions with outsiders. Many of the workers, the PMs, the back office and the Proposal Shop are very dedicated, super hard working (very driven, Type A) people. Some really awesome talent within, as well. If you have the same DNA and ambitious career goals, you would fit right in. The CEO and his father the COO (Dr. Ken Bajaj...look this guy up online), are savvy and accomplished (and mega-wealthy) businessmen. Be it UP or DOWN, this company will go places, full throttle, every day. The Company grew at 1,000+ percent from 2009 thru 2013, so that should tell you something. Great facilities, excellent office perks, fun HQ office events and killer holiday party each year.

    Cons

    Deep down, there is a sense of fatigue and exhaustion from the exceptionally relentless pace this firm requires of its employees. It's NOT for everyone. Increasing trends of higher turnover (2013 and beyond) is an indicator that although DMI leadership has its foot buried firmly on the gas pedal driving growth, it comes at a cost to those in the "engine room" making it happen thru blood, sweat, tears, and ridiculously long hours week after week. Those who do no live this "all or nothing" lifestyle for the benefit of the Bajaj family quickly find themselves regarded as "not committed" or "less talented" than their peers which ultimately pushes them out. If you are a VP or above in this org, you need a personal relationship with the CEO or COO to protect your role within the firm, otherwise make your super high numbers (quota) on time and consistently or you find yourself on the curb holding your luggage while the crazy train speeds off into the night. They will forget your name and all that you have sacrificed for them and replace you before the door fully closes. Very tough place to work, and in the end, it's much tougher to stay there once on board. Expectations are far above what "normal" companies expect of its employees, and most cannot sustain these expectations, if they can reach them at all. Frankly, the firm looks better if you are an outsider looking in compared to the other way around. Also, DMI was a highly successful small firm that made it big. Now they are no longer enjoying the benefits of bidding as small, privileged firm in the federal sector leaving them to compete with the much larger and better resourced giant firms...it's not going so well and probably will never improve, especially as competition in these markets increases at alarming rates year after year. The "fun times" of rapid company growth are probably over.

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    To CEO: You are a great, very likable guy. But the more your dad, the COO, has become involved in day-to-day operations, the less engaged you have become. Love your vision for creating a different IT company, but miss your direct involvement at the tactical level. Also, please never forget how much the people pouring their souls into this firm do so as a choice, for your benefit. To COO, senior execs and execs: It's understood that you are all very accomplished, smart and experienced leaders in a fiercely competitive marketplace. However, the more you drive people to complete depletion (physically and emotionally) and then you routinely discard them like yesterday's newspaper is giving you a reputation across your industries as uncaring, slave drivers who only care about your personal corporate welfare. It's obvious that growing the company and advancing the business lines--and making money for yourselves--is FAR more important than the costly means it took to get there judging by the wake of human capital carnage left behind. Love your people as much as you love your success and both will be more prevalent.

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