DataArt in the News
Information Age speaks with industry experts about digital transformation and its longevity, as a term and as a concept. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, argues that the process of adaptation to change will prevail, while terms to describe it are likely to evolve.
In TechRadar, Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, discusses the reasons for the cloud becoming more popular over local storage and the ways media and entertainment companies are benefitting from cloud computing.
In Virtual Reality Pop, Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, discusses practical use cases for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) in the music industry.
Making the pension gap visible: it-finanzmagazin.de describes the VR AltersvorsorgeCockpit app, a customer-focused project of German insurers R+V, Union Investment, and Schwäbisch‑Hall. The app was developed in collaboration with DataArt.
In the January edition of the iGaming Business Magazine, Russell Karp, VP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, examines the European betting model and discovers that there are more barriers to its adoption by the US operators than might at first appear.
In Tabb Forum, Cliff Moyce, Chairman of Advisory Board at DataArt, explores the causes and cures for the massive support overhead in the finance sector. Moyce argues that, while being deemed inevitable by the industry, mounting support expenses are due to poor quality software and substandard development culture.
Global Banking and Finance Review Magazine, features an in-depth discussion of 2019 financial technology trends by Cliff Moyce, Chairman of Advisory Board at DataArt. Moyce emphasizes enhanced process automation, advanced data management methodologies, further implementations of the blockchain, machine learning and deep learning as well as rapid adoption of open banking and fintech.
In an exclusive interview with Information Age, Dmitry Bagrov, Director at DataArt UK, dismantles the fashionable term “digital transformation,” and encourages companies to focus on business goals and the necessary change, as opposed to technology.