Samir Bajaj

Congratulations have continued to pour in for those chosen for Dealerscope’s 40 Under 40. Reader Doug Robert praised Mike Sajecki of DDG Florida as a “Consummate pro. Strong customer and manufacturer support.” Ami Wright also praised Sajecki and his team as “are excellent at prompt follow up and taking care of dealers. Mike has tremendous enthusiasm and balances strong professionalism with down-to-earth relationship skills.” Writing from North Dehli in India, Tej Prakash congratulated Samir Bajaj of Sony on his inclusion, calling it “a very big achievement [in] your life.” There also continues to be much interest in the ongoing format war between

Age: 37 Education: Samir has an undergraduate degree from Clemson University and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at Columbia University. Career History: Bajaj worked in the automotive engineering industry for six years in college. He then switched to information technology and consulted for Bank of America and others before joining Sony in 2002, as a project leader for the company’s service and call center platform. He was promoted to be the applications manager for that group and managed the knowledge base conversion and acquisition of new products for online service and call center representatives. Greatest Business Achievements: Bajaj devised a patent-pending method

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