Cliff Moyce, Chairman of Advisory Board at DataArt, contributes an article on Legacy IT Architectures to Global Banking & Finance Review Magazine. Moyce argues that banks must reduce the cost to income ratio to remain competitive. While replacing a legacy system architecture with a modern one would reach this objective, the task is similar to redesigning a battleship in the heat of the battle.
In a byline for MedTech Engine Ivan Pantykin, Head of European Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt, discusses KidPro, DataArt's patient engagement concept app. Ivan examines the app’s benefits for children undergoing treatment or participating in clinical trials.
Recipe for Partnership Success - Seven Ingredients to Look for When Picking a Technology Service Provider
ITProPortal publishes an article by DataArt’s Chief Development Officer, Bob Leibholz, who shares his recipe for a successful technology partnership. Leibholz advises that, when trying to pick the right technology service provider in a noisy, hype-driven marketplace, businesses must look for seven ingredients. He also delves into the questions about these ingredients that, if answered in full, can mean the difference between failure and success.
Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI at DataArt, considers whether we are ready for artificial radiologists, and their mistakes, as solutions are sought to lighten the load on the workforce.
Digital Health Age covers the recognition of KidPro, DataArt's patient engagement app for children, which took third place in the IT & Communication category at the 2019 M&K Awards.
Bondguide.de publishes an interview with Barbara Authmann in which she talks about the VR Altersvorsorge Cockpit.
The German portal be.invalue.de writes about Hacknext and digital transformation.
In one lecture, the topic was overcoming thinking about business lines (VersicherungsJournal 11.3.2019). Elsewhere, the focus was on optimizing consulting time.