DataArt in the News
Essential Retail devotes a feature article to Amazon’s fourth quarter results and asks retail industry experts to comment on Amazon’s stellar performance. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, discusses the role that Amazon’s development strategy and use of data plays in its phenomenal success.
In TechNative, Cliff Moyce, Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, discusses the technologies behind the Fouth Industrial Revolution and its potential impact on businesses and humanity at large.
Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, speaks with Retail Technology Innovation Hub (RTIH) about the hidden costs of outsourcing, the biggest challenges facing omnichannel retailers, and the key retail technology trends in 2018.
Hospitality Net runs the announcement of DataArt joining theHotel Electronic Distribution Network Association (HEDNA) to accelerate innovation and advance the hotel distribution landscape through strategic collaboration and knowledge sharing.
In Health IT Outcomes, Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, discusses the diagnostic capabilities of modern AI, including the potential of AI-powered medical expert systems to curtail medical error, the third leading cause of death in the US.
Bankless Times runs DataArt’s tech predictions for 2018 across key industry sectors. Artificial intelligence, big data, cyber security, blockchain will dominate the financial industry landscape. Outstanding omni-channel customer experience will be key in the retail sector, with digitalization, e-commerce and automation continuing to augment retail business models. AR, VR, voice-recognition, and robotics are gaining weight in the travel and hospitality sector.
Buying Business Travel Magazine speaks to travel industry experts about the dynamics and challenges of blockchain adoption in the travel sector. Andrew Sanders, VP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, emphasizes the importance of acquiring blockchain expertise, recommends an active exploration of the blockchain technology through POC (proof of concept) projects, and advises against adopting a variety of different systems.
In Bobsguide, Cliff Moyce, Head of Finance Practice at DataArt, shares his insight into technologies that will affect the financial services industry in 2018, predicting that AI and blockchain will dominate the market.