In his regular blog post in Huffpost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt, UK, suggests a new direction in product design: intuitive systems that would allow to make customer support a thing of the past.
Alexei Miller, Managing Director of DataArt, speaks with Banking Exchange Magazine about IT in fintech companies and banks, noting a higher complexity of the banking environment reflected by their IT systems. Miller offers some advice for banks to become more dynamic in their approach to innovation.
Versicherungsforen Leipzig picks up the announcement of a hackathon for the insurance sector organized collaboratively by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, Franke und Bornberg and zeb, in Munich on March 23-24.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, weighs in on Santander's new voice recognition banking app for The Guardian.
Cyber Policy Magazine reports on the upcoming hackathon for the insurance sector, organized in Munich on March 23-24 by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, the insurance analysts Franke und Bornberg, and the strategy and management consultancy zeb.
Greg Abbott and Charlotte Lamp Davies, executives in the Travel and Hospitality Practice at DataArt, speak with TTG Media about DataArt’s latest projects in the travel space and their vision for implementing new technologies such as blockchain in the hospitality industry.
Financial IT features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, in the overview of 2017 tech trends predictions by finance industry experts. Moyce emphasizes cyber security, continuing digitization, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud computing as factors most critical to financial organizations’ competitiveness.
IBS Intelligence picks up the announcement of a hackathon for the insurance sector organized in Munich on March 23-24 by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, the insurance analysts Franke und Bornberg and the strategy and management consultancy zeb.
Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, discusses pros and cons of smart home technologies in Huffpost Tech UK, questioning the necessity and extent of home innovation.