• 6 April 2015

    The Best Way to Find an Airfare Online

    by Scott McCartney Wall Street Journal discusses optimal ways of booking affordable flights in the plethora of options provided by today's technologies and vendors, from Travelocity and SkyScanner to Kyayak and Google Flights, and seeks expert opinions from the industry's leaders, including that of [...]

  • 27 March 2015

    From butterfly dresses to fatigue checkers, wearables are changing the way we interact with machines.

    By Charlotte Lamp-Davies, VP, DataArt Charlotte Lamp-Davies reports on her experiences at the Wearable Technology Show 2015 in London, where DataArt presented the new products it has recently developed. “Attending the Wearable Technology Show 2015 in London recently made me realise what an exciting [...]

  • 2 March 2015

    THack Berlin - winners, presentations, pictures and more

    TNooz reports on the winners and participants of its annual THack, where DataArt has clinched two victories: “a large team (3-5 developers) winner for its Inspiration and Discovery Booking Tool for advanced frequent flyers to uncover tours and activities within the flight-searching path”, and a second [...]

  • 24 February 2015

    Not Reinventing the Wheel: Tackling the Challenges in Banking Technology

    by Alexey Utkin, DataArt CIO Review approached DataArt to contribute a thought leadership article on current challenges facing the banking technology sector. Alexey Utkin, Financial Services Practice leader at DataArt UK, shares his thoughts on different approaches for streamlining technology approaches [...]

  • 20 February 2015

    Fast Track to Growth

    Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel at DataArt, talks to Travel Trade Gazette (TTG) about how "DataArt is gaining ground in travel, helping companies fulfill their potential." Greg Abbott, SVP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, adds his commentary on working with HotelTonight and their "speed wins" [...]

  • 20 February 2015

    Weighing up Expedia's triple combo of major acquisitions

    By David Tossell, Vice President Travel and Hospitality Practice at DataArt In a guest post for Travolution, UK’s leading news source for the travel industry, David Tossell of DataArt analyzes the recent acquisitions by Expedia and what it means for the sector. “We all saw it coming… Expedia had completed [...]

  • 16 February 2015

    Travel Technology Europe Preview Custom Systems from DataArt

    Ahead of Travel Technology Europe 2015 in London, the event organizers issued a special preview edition, highlighting DataArt as one of the sponsors. "We're excited to service our current and new clients in 2015 as they tackle the challenges of mobility-first business models, IoT and B2B travel [...]

  • 12 February 2015

    Will Expedia's Purchase Of Orbitz Mean You'll Pay More For Flights And Hotels?

    International Business Times reports on "online travel agency Expedia spending $1.3 billion to buy rival Orbitz" and what the consolidation means for consumers, offering commentary from David Tossell, VP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt. "David Tossell, a former Travelocity manager who now is now [...]

  • 11 February 2015

    DataArt announces record revenue

    Travolution, a leading news source on travel & hospitality, reports on DataArt's 2014 achievements. "Technology consulting firm DataArt has posted record revenue for 2014 of USD 54 million, up 36% on the previous year. The US-based company's travel and hospitality business - one of five 'practices' [...]

  • 6 February 2015

    Inflection Points

    Adamalthus, a well-respected industry blog on technology, policy and economics, writes on the impact of these issues on a technology executive, and how DataArt has contributed to the future of enterprise computing. “We sit at the inflection point between two eras of computing: The distributed machine [...]