DataArt in the News

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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New transportation app Bounce connects passengers to licensed drivers

20 May 2014 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

Tnooz features a recently launched Bounce, the minicab app for London, that was built with the help of DataArt engineers. “There’s a new transportation app on the travel scene: Bounce. UK-based Bounce is a minicab app that directly connects passengers with professionally licensed drivers. The app is...

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Technical Challenges Along the Way to HIE Sustainability

20 May 2014 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Egor Kobelev of DataArt contributes a byline article to Electronic Health Reporter on the technical challenges of health information exchanges and analyzes some of the most effective approaches for solving them. “There are a lot of organizational and technical challenges health information exchanges...

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Amazon Opens Wearable Tech Outpost

30 April 2014 | USA | Embedded IoT/M2M

Erika Morphy TechNewsWorld discusses Amazon’s opening a special section for wearable gadgets, and the implications for the emerging market, sighting the opinion of Artyom Astafurov, Chief Innovation Officer at DataArt. “…the technology itself has to improve, said Artyom Astafurov,” chief...

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Travel companies caught in a Big Data riptide.

30 April 2014 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

Staged by DataArt’s Travel & Hospitality team in London and moderated by Kevin May, Editor of tnooz, the second annual Question Time event drew a full house, as industry experts discussed big data and what it holds for the future of travel. tnooz provided full coverage, featuring the stars of the...

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Adobe's Open Source Tightrope Walk

19 April 2014 | USA | Other Industries

By Jack M. Germain Linux Insider looks at different sides of Adobe's open source initiatives to assist and grow the developer community, and offers the opinion of Igor Uzhviev of DataArt. "It is much easier for small organizations to go with open source than it is for big companies. Usually...

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DataArt to open consultancy business

11 April 2014 | USA | Finance

“DataArt, a New York-based financial software provider, plans to hire in its NY and London offices in preparation of a jump into the consultancy side of financial technology, according to Alexei Miller, executive vice president. DataArt will be covering design, business analysis, data-driven feature...

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DataArt Posts Results of Orange [Food and Beverage Close - Up]

2 April 2014 | USA |

“DataArt, a custom software development company that builds solutions for select industries, announced the initial results of DataArt Orange, a series of research and development projects that aim to automate the tracking of users' nutrition habits. According to a release, the DataArt Orange program...

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First came face recognition, now there's food recognition-for calorie counting

31 March 2014 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

FierceBigData picks up the announce of DataArt ORANGE, and enthusiastically endorses the company’s R&D initiatives in technologies that support a healthy life style. “.. what we really want to do is count calories without actually counting them or typing a bunch of questionable numbers...

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