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BlockchainNews covers the announcement that DAML smart contracts are now available on R3’s Corda after system integrators DataArt and IntellectEU teamed up to deliver native integrations that allow developers to run DAML applications on Corda Open Source and Corda Enterprise.
Blockchain Magazine quotes DataArt’s Denis Baranov on the announcement that Digital Asset’s smart contract language DAML is now available for developing applications on enterprise blockchain R3’s Corda.
In an article on ground transportation players’ moves to capitalize on COVID-related travel disruptions, Skift mentions that booking platform Groundscope has raised $1.3 million to continue working with DataArt on its new booking system.
Ledger Insights quotes DataArt’s Denis Baranov on the announcement that Digital Asset’s smart contract language DAML is now available for developing applications on enterprise blockchain R3’s Corda.
Oracle Health Sciences blog explores the growing use of gamification in clinical trials, citing KidPRO, DataArt’s patient engagement solution prototype. A solution that helps make clinical trials participation more patient-centric, fun, interactive, and convenient, KidPRO helps to ensure higher engagement and patient retention.
In Towards Data Science, Igor Kaufman, an AI technology expert at DataArt, shares how he and his colleague built a mobility analytics prototype that helps to minimize exposure to COVID-19 by showing the level of crowdedness in city areas at various times.
In Business Digest Magazine, Julie Pelta, Director of Business Development at DataArt UK, discusses her experience of adapting the teamwork strategy during the coronavirus lockdown.
Google Cloud posted a case study of Best Day on its website, describing the success of the Mexican tourism company achieved through migration to Google Cloud. The migration was planned and executed by DataArt. Benefits included 75% infrastructure cost reduction, stability, and new capabilities.
In Retailist Magazine, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, contemplates whether the COVID crisis will boost second-hand shopping.