Alexey Utkin, Senior Vice President of the Finance Practice at DataArt, explores digital transformation in the context of insurance and shares eight best practices withPropertyCasualty360.
German Versicherungs wirtschaftheute covers #_hackNEXT, a Munich hackathon for the insurance sector jointly organized by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, Franke und Bornberg, and zeb. Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt was among the judges and is featured in the summary video.
The maturity of blockchain technology and its large-scale adoption will bring changes to the financial services industry. Denis Baranov, Senior Solution Architect at DataArt, looks at the impact of those changes on hedge funds and shares five key considerations with HFMTechnology.
Chief Investment Officer Magazine features expert commentary from Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, on a new partnership between Acadian XX and Bing Predicts, and the impact of AI and machine learning on investment management.
As part of Nasdaq's focus on FinTech and innovation, MarketInsite is featuring insights from senior thought leaders both internally and externally, to give their perspective on the future and current state of technology innovation. Here’s what Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, had to say.
Ixia, Canonical and DataArt joined forces at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona to demonstrate the viability and value of automating VNF verification. DataArt led the integration of products from all participants, with contributions from Open Source MANO (OSM) and Sonus, to create several demonstration solutions showcasing automated carrier-grade network testing and monitoring.
In his regular blog post in Huffpost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt, UK, suggests a new direction in product design: intuitive systems that would allow to make customer support a thing of the past.
Alexei Miller, Managing Director of DataArt, speaks with Banking Exchange Magazine about IT in fintech companies and banks, noting a higher complexity of the banking environment reflected by their IT systems. Miller offers some advice for banks to become more dynamic in their approach to innovation.