DataArt in the News
The Financial Times features commentary from Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Financial Services Practice at DataArt, on the role of technology in optimizing the processes of regulatory compliance.
In his regular contribution to Huffpost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, shares his observations on the proliferation of technologies and how their use is often misguided, especially in healthcare.
In her interview with Travolution, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel & Hospitality Practice at DataArt, singles out good communication as the key success factor in client projects, including those for oneworld alliance, Triometric, Scyscanner and Miki Travel among others.
Virtual Care Holds Answers to Access, Quality and Cost, but Needs Tight Integration and the Right Mix of Clinicians to Work
Daniel Piekarz, Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, speaks with Healthcare IT News about virtual care centers, their customer experience benefits as well as efficiency and cost merits, but notes that brick and mortar facilities and face-to-face interaction will always remain part of healthcare.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Financial Services Practice at DataArt, and Marcos Mauro, Head of its Buenos Aires office, share with Nearshore Americas their views on what makes Argentina one of the best sourcing locations for high-level tech solutions: education and diversity, culture, attitude and experience, market maturity, proximity and value for money.
Egor Kobelev, Vice President of Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt, shares with Executive Insight some simple and inexpensive ways of improving security in healthcare organizations, and advises a multilayered approach to security.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Financial Services Practice at DataArt, discusses legacy IT issues in Global Banking & Finance Review Magazine, stating that in order to remain competitive, banks need to solve infrastructure issues. While replacing a legacy system architecture with a modern one would reach this objective, the task is similar to redesigning a battleship in the heat of the battle.
ITProPortal runs an article by Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, where he claims that while Facebook’s recently launched chatbots may redefine how customers interact with businesses they’re far from making humans obsolete.
In his second contribution to The Huffpost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, looks at the potential of big data to predict the future and, more importantly, to change it. Real insights that can impact today’s decisions are to come from sharing the underlying assumptions, data and reasoning.