DataArt in the News
Global Banking and Finance Review runs the announcement of DataArt launching the Atlas Framework for seamless .Net development.
Andrew Sanders, VP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, speaks with Glenn Haussman of heretostay.tv about the impact of blockchain technology on data, transactions and security, and what this means for the travel and hospitality sector.
DataArt Ranks in the Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private U.S. Companies for the Ninth Consecutive Year
Global Banking and Finance Review covers the news of DataArt’s selection to the annual Inc. 5000 List of the fastest-growing private U.S. companies for the ninth year in a row, which places DataArt in an elite group of companies that has included Microsoft, Timberland, Vizio, Intuit, Chobani, Oracle, and Zappos.com.
Vladimir Timashov, Delivery Manager in the Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, shares with Medical Plastics News the key factors that medical device manufacturers should consider when choosing a software partner.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, contributes a bylined article to Tab Forum on digitalization in the financial services and the barriers to its successful implementation, emphasizing a customer-centric approach as the key success factor in the digital era.
Market FinTech’s RegTech Supplier Performance 2018 report features an article by Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt. Moyce argues that AI technologies available right now can revolutionise our ability to manage risk, security, and compliance and thus significantly improve the stability and security of financial services and capital markets.
In Raconteur, the special report for The Times, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, discusses the impact of AI on the structure of sales and predicts that going forward there will be a greater need for consultants rather than product sellers.