DataArt in the News

Adjusting Scrum to Geographically Distributed Development

4 May 2015 | USA | Embedded

By Peter Vaihansky, Senior Vice President, DataArt Peter Vaihansky, SVP at DataArt, continues his series of articles on Scrum, the most widely accepted Agile process which at the core relies on  relatively small, self-contained, cross functional, co-located teams working very closely together,...

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Thinking About the Future of Wearables Today

30 April 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Igor Kozhurenko Igor Kozhurenko, VP of Research & Development at DataArt, was asked to comment on the Apple Watch release and the future of wearables for the Sprint Business blog. "The launch of Apple Watch has meant that wearable technologies – and smart watches in particular – are...

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DataArt: Strategic Advice and Technology Solution Design for Travel and Hospitality Sector

27 April 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality

Greg Abbott, head of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, explains the evolved needs of travelers and the industry's efforts to reinvent itself in order to "deliver a personalized "flawless" experience to increase increase customer satisfaction." DataArt offers strategic advice and provides specific...

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Digital & IoT Are Changing the Travel Industry, One App at a Time

27 April 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality

David Tossell, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, shares his thoughts on the best approaches to developing the digital guest experience and explains how the Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting travel and provides "endless opportunities for hoteliers to provide their customers with...

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Motivational Aspects of Scrum: How the Process Drives Focus and Helps Mobilize Creative Energy

21 April 2015 | USA | Other Industries

By Peter Vaihansky, SVP, DataArt Peter Vaihansky writes for Nearshore Americas  discusses Agile methodologies and how Scrum has become the most popular Agile process. “In the past few years, Agile development methodologies have clearly gone mainstream, with Scrum being...

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Hotel revenue management software has its Pharrell Williams moment

14 April 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

“Since the 1990s, revenue management software (RMS) has promised to take the guesswork out of rate-setting. Yet most hotels still don’t use it,” writes TNooz and speaks with DataArt about the repercussions. “Roman Peskin, vice president of...

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The Best Way to Find an Airfare Online

6 April 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality

by Scott McCartney Wall Street Journal discusses optimal ways of booking affordable flights in the plethora of options provided by today's technologies and vendors, from Travelocity and Skyscanner to Kyayak and Google Flights, and seeks expert opinions from the industry's leaders, including that...

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From butterfly dresses to fatigue checkers, wearables are changing the way we interact with machines.

27 March 2015 | UK | IoT/M2M

By Charlotte Lamp-Davies, VP, DataArt Charlotte Lamp-Davies reports on her experiences at the Wearable Technology Show 2015 in London, where DataArt presented the new products it has recently developed. “Attending the Wearable Technology Show 2015 in London recently made me realise what an...

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App Developer On Designing Apps For Apple Watch, Other Wearables

19 March 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Chris Crum WebProNews speculates about the pros and cons of the recently released Apple Watch, and turns to DataArt for expert opinion. “DataArt is a technology consulting firm that builds custom software and apps for its clients, and has been building out apps for wearables for...

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How 26 Billion “Internet of Things” Devices Will Impact The Hotel Industry

18 March 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality IoT/M2M

By David Tossell, Vice President, DataArt David Tossell continues his series of articles on the current trends in the travel & hospitality sector, and turns to the impact of IoT on the industry. “Back in 1993 I started my career in travel marketing at a time when airlines paid 10%...

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