HuffPost Tech UK features Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, as he contemplates Brexit, noting that technology-driven global integration of people and businesses will transcend geographical borders and neutralize political divides.
Alexander Makeyenkov, SVP of Capital Markets at DataArt, contributes an article to Finance Digest, where he breaks down the banking digitalization process into its essential stages. These include: establishing supportive culture and processes, prototyping, developing business applications, advancing to digital platforms and transitioning to the digital model.
IDG Connect asked industry thought leaders what the next biggest technology to disrupt business will be. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, talked of the zero UI approach. The other most frequently mentioned technologies included AI, Blockchain, robotics in manufacturing and proactive automation among others.
Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, weighs in on the argument whether smart phone-based systems will change the concept of virtual reality, stressing the importance of quality original content.
Greg Abbott, Head of the Travel and Hospitality Practice at DataArt, tells Hotel News Resource about the most exciting tech companies of HITEC 2016 that “are poised to impact the hospitality industry in the near future."
While blockchain is the hottest trend in financial technology, data management solutions, often driven by risk management and regulatory reporting requirements, remain a top priority for capital markets firms, according to Cliff Moyce, head of finance practice, DataArt.
Alexey Utkin, SVP in the Finance Practice and Oleg Kapustin, Data Solutions Architect at DataArt, speak with Internet of Business about the value of IoT driven business intelligence in banking, approaches to incorporating it and challenges that lie ahead.
In his post in Dell’s Tech Page One, Vasily Bernstein, Payment Systems Expert at DataArt, disagrees with reports of the end of contactless payments and their substitution by in-app payments, arguing that each covers a unique and complementary set of payment scenarios.