DataArt in the News

Chauffeur service adds Sabre Red app

8 September 2014 | Asia | Travel & Hospitality

Chauffeur-drive transfer service SummitQwest has linked up to Sabre with an app. The DataArt-developed function means travel agents will be able to receive price quotes, book and manage chauffeured ground transportation real-time through SummitLink. Download PDF...

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DeviceHive to be Made Available Soon

3 September 2014 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Raju Shanbhag TMCnet writes about the rapid developments of machine to machine (M2M) technology and the role DevieHive plays in making connected devices part of the IoT. “Machine to machine (M2M) technology has been rapidly developing in the last few years. As such, the communication layer, control...

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AIFMD Issues Linger Past Deadline

13 August 2014 | UK | Finance

Steve Marlin of Markets Media spoke with Alexey Utkin, financial services practice leader at DataArt UK, about the challenges of authorization under AIFMD, a European-wide framework that requires funds to arrange fund data to correspond with ESMA guidelines, and steps to take after the compliance deadline...

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DataArt delivers automation to Triometric's performance monitoring platform

1 August 2014 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

Travolution picks up the news of DataArt completing the first project for Triometric. “The project has helped Triometric streamline its offering by introducing greater automation to the process of health checking its performance monitoring and business analytics platform. DataArt European vice president...

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Tnooz includes DataArt in its latest product roundup: DataArt completes first phase of Triometric automation system

31 July 2014 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

“The UK-based provider of the business analytics and performance monitoring for travel brands recruited DataArt to streamline a number of functions for customers. DataArt has integrated a real-time dashboard to give brands a “traffic light” alert system to monitor performance, availability and capacity...

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German management consultancy firm Zeb taps DataArt to upgrade risk tech

22 July 2014 | UK | Finance

"DataArt, a custom software development partner for the financial services and other select industries, and German-based management consultant zeb, today announced they have successfully completed a new release of zeb's risk and portfolio management system. The customizable system optimizes the middle...

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Reducing The Cost Of Healthcare With Technology

12 June 2014 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Daniel Piekarz, Vice President of Life Sciences Business Development, contributes a byline article on various ways to cut healthcare costs with technology. Analyzing recent healthcare IT conferences, he states that while “were numerous solutions including many EHR, PMS, HIE, Population Management systems...

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A Ukrainian Brain Drain

4 June 2014 | USA | Other Industries

Ilan Greenberg of The New Yorker takes a closer look at the booming yet changing information-technology market of Ukraine, where many companies have moved operations to different countries or closed. The reasons for DataArt expansion to Western Ukraine are explained by Alexei Miller, a managing partner...

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A Case for Quality Assurance in Financial Technology Testing

23 May 2014 | USA | Finance

Eugene Efimov, head of QA at DataArt, contributes commentary to Wall Street & Technology, specifically addressing the question “Why don’t firms do more testing upfront when it is obviously cheaper and less risky?” “First, while testing indeed is no guarantee of a bug-free product, a well-organized...

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DataArt helps start-up bounce into London cab booking scene

21 May 2014 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

“A new entrant has burst onto the London cab app scene with help from travel software development firm DataArt. Start-up Bounce promised to compete with existing taxi firms on price (claiming to be up to 40% cheaper), speed and reliability. The mobile cab booking sector has seen plenty of action in...

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