DMI has been awarded an $8 million contract to modernize the system that manages personnel records for the Army.
The company will leverage its AIQUSTM artificial intelligence and machine learning portfolio to modernize the Army’s Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System. The system was chartered to redesign the Army’s business processes related to 250 million personnel file artifacts such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, college transcripts and deployment orders. Nearly 2 million artifacts are processed each month.
“We’re thrilled to bring these emerging technologies to the U.S. Army’s HRC office in Fort Knox, Kentucky,” said DMI CEO and Founder Sunny Bajaj. “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.”
DMI will leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to scan personnel file metadata, ensuring proper indexing, filing and management, as well as a reduction in errors, within iPERMS.