Travolution publishes DataArt’s announcement of new tech to aid travel management companies in migrating to Sabre Content Services for Lodging.
New York, 8 August 2019 — DataArt has announced a Content Service for Lodging (CSL) Accelerator for migrating to the new Sabre Content Services for Lodging. The new accelerator is validated by Sabre.
In ITProPortal, Yaroslav Buga, Business Development Manager at DataArt, discusses three vital ingredients for successful digital transformation projects.
Russel Karp, VP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, speaks to SBC News about the software quality and UX challenges of the U.S. online gambling industry following the post-PASPA liberalization of the betting market. He also advises on approaches to UX development to help monetize the new sports betting opportunities.
In this episode of Nasdaq TradeTalks, Peter Vaihansky, SVP at DataArt, speaks with Jill Malandrino about artificial intelligence and machine learning. Peter discusses operational and technological challenges surrounding these technologies such as transparency of algorithms, integration into business environments, data processing, and talent shortage.
iGaming Business interviewed Suren Azatyan, DataArt’s VP of Business Development, on key areas to consider when managing compliance and adhering to regulatory regimes in the online gambling and betting industry. He offers salient insights for understanding regulators, securing operating licenses, and managing compliant, secure online gaming platforms.
New York, London, June 27, 2019 — DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, today announced that it has made its Atlas Framework available to all as an open-source GitHub project under an Apache 2.0 license.
Innovative Digital Safety Resource Created by Children for Children Included in New DfE Guidance for Teachers
Further Education & Apprenticeship News, reports that the new child safety guidance for teachers, released by the UK Department for Education, cites Dot Com Digital, developed by DataArt, as a resource for teachers. The new software is listed alongside NSPCC Learning, ChildNet, and the Anti-Bullying Alliance.