DataArt in the News

The Rise of Regtech… and the Impact on Compliance

1 February 2017 | USA | Finance

Toby Bryans, Principal Consultant at DataArt’s Finance Practice, contributes an article to Corporate Compliance Insights, where he explores the role of agile regulatory technology in reducing the firms’ compliance burden and in helping executives better understand and manage risks.

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DataArt's Charlotte Lamp Davies Discusses the Latest Trends in Travel Technology with Benjamin Coren

1 February 2017 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

Charlotte Lamp Davies, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality, Europe, at DataArt, speaks with The Business Travel Magazine about the business travel sector focusing on new technologies and the role of DataArt’s Travel Practice in developing new solutions.

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Five Critical Points for Bank Boards' Cyber Risk Agendas

1 February 2017 | USA | Finance

Thomson Reuters quotes Viktor Andonov, President of DataArt Bulgaria, in the experts' overview of the main strategies to shape the response of the financial services industry to security risks.

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Valphi Launches Proprietary Technology Tool Built by DataArt

25 January 2017 | UK, Europe | Finance

Financial IT picks up the news of a Paris-based corporate valuation and stock market research specialist Valphi, launching its proprietary technology tool built by DataArt. The value of the tool is in harnessing humans’ excellence in visual pattern recognition for more accurate and informed investment decisions.

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Valphi Launches Financial Analysis Tool Built by DataArt

25 January 2017 | UK, Europe | Finance

Hedgeweek covers the launch of the financial analysis tool developed by DataArt for Valphi. The tool streamlines and informs decision making by providing in-depth information on investments, uncovering hidden insights and accelerating understanding of the data through superior visualizations.

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Paris-Based Start Up Valphi Launches Financial Analysis Tool Built by DataArt to Change the Financial Trading Information Landscape

25 January 2017 | UK, Europe | Finance

Global Banking and Finance Review reports on the new financial analysis tool developed by DataArt and launched by a corporate valuation and stock market research specialist Valphi. The tool provides cutting edge visualizations of in-depth investment data, uncovering hidden insights and leading to more informed investment decisions.

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Why So Many Music Technology Startups Fail, According to DataArt Senior VP Media and Entertainment

23 January 2017 | USA | Media & Entertainment

Sergey Bludov, Senior Vice President of Media and Entertainment Practice at DataArt, shares with Marketwired some of the reasons for music tech startups failure, including insufficient market research and analysis, untested assumptions and technological self service.

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The Last Mile of Population Health Management

19 January 2017 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Population Health News features Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz, executives in the Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at DataArt, as they discuss population health management initiatives and key drivers of their successful implementation.

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Bank Fraud Landmark: TSB Repays Victim and Admits Giving Criminal a Bank Account

16 January 2017 | UK | Finance

The Telegraph speaks with Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, about the TSB incident, where the bank opened an account for a criminal. Moyce highlights the banks’ liability to the regulator for failure to exercise due diligence when opening bank accounts and suggests a regulator-centered path to customer compensation.

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Telecom Operators Are Set to Take Advantage of NFV, SDN and Cloud to Increase Agility and Better Compete Against OTT Players

12 January 2017 | USA | Telecom

Michael Lazar, VP Telecom, DataArt, shares his outlook for the telecom industry in 2017 with RCRWireless News. He highlights carrier virtualization and consequent improvement in the speed of delivery of new services as a major trend. Carriers will finally have flexible enough infrastructure and lowered opex and capex to compete with OTT vendors in delivering disruptive OTT (Over-The-Top) services.

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