Diversify, Become Easy to Navigate and Streamline Services in 2016 or Prepare to Wave Bye-Bye to Customers
Charlotte Lamp Davis, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt Europe, shares her insight into 2016 travel industry trends in Travel Bulletin, citing successful company transformations and specifying the strategies that will help OTAs to stay competitive: diversifying services, making the platform easy to navigate and streamlining customer services.
After reaching out to a wide network of IoT gurus, including IoT/M2M practice at DataArt, Boston Commons presents a roundupof hot Internet of Things (IoT) trends leading into 2016. The gist of the report is that IoT is at the center of strategic technology trends in 2016 and the use of M2M and IoT applications for customer experience will go mainstream across industries with ability to cut costs, create additional revenue, and provide incredible new data. The growing pains of IoT remain to be data management struggle and security issues.
ZDNet runs 2016 big data and analytics predictions from 17 industry experts, and includes input from DataArt. The 60 predictions range from converged approaches and streaming analytics to industrial IoT disrupting the asset intelligence industry and AI & ML becoming mainstream. While some proclaim that "in 2016 the IoT invades the datacenter" IoT technologies are far from standardized, and that's a barrier to entry for the datacenter.
Markets Media features a Q&A session with Alexei Miller, Managing Partner at DataArt, who reflects on the major themes for DataArt in 2015 and shares expectations for 2016. Miller emphasizes outstanding growth and increasing complexity of projects that DataArt is trusted with, while observing a growing demand for the company's expertise in the coming year.
Cisco's technology news site, The Network, runs a story on the use of mobile apps to promote positive citizen behavior and personal growth, as they inspire instant feedback and social support while offering the chance to earn rewards, featuring two winning apps by DataArt.
TechWeek Europe asked several technology executives what they'd like for Christmas, to help solve the growing security challenges. In his whimsical request, Alexei Miller, Managing Director at DataArt, asks Santa to bring back the simplicity to the IT world:
Forbes discusses the future of communications, specifically various emerging real-time communications (RTC) tools. The article explains how WebRTC works and offers expert opinions from industry execs on pros and cons of this free and open source project designed to provide browsers and mobile applications with RTC capabilities. Anton Garkusha, a telecom expert at DataArt, shares his insight for the article.
Egor Kobelev, VP of Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt, discusses what it takes for companies to become HIPAA compliant and outlines three key areas that need to be taken into consideration during the planning stages: process, infrastructure and technology.
Greg Abott, SVP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, identifies key 2016 travel trends for Travolution, a leading UK travel publication.
DataArt shared its expectations for 2016 enterprise software trends in the financial services sector with ATM Marketplace.