International Travel and Health Insurance Journal features DataArt’s travel tech predictions for the 2018. Personalization is in the spotlight as the key driver of competitive edge, powered by developments in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Voice-recognition and blockchain technologies are also gaining weight in the travel and hospitality landscape.
Retail Times publishes DataArt’s tech predictions for the retail industry in 2018. Outstanding omni-channel customer experience is the name of the game, with digitalization, e-commerce and automation continuing to augment retail business models. Machine learning and data analytics will drive personalization.
GDPR and the Travel Sector: Benign Easter Bunny, Nightmare on Compliance Street, or the Ultimate Game of Chance?
In the first installment of a three-part article for GDPR: REPORT, Charlotte Lamp Davies, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt UK, classifies the travel companies’ “personalities” according to their level of preparedness for the upcoming regulations, and contemplates what strategy the government will pursue to discipline the non-compliers.
Global Banking & Finance Review Magazine publishes DataArt’s tech predictions for the finance industry in 2018. Artificial intelligence, big data, cyber security, blockchain will continue to dominate the landscape, with cross-domain data exchange becoming a norm, and digitalization and operational risk management (ORM) gaining in importance.
in an article for We Are The City, a leading career portal for UK women, Vica Miller, Head of Global Communications at DataArt, shares her thoughts on being a professional woman in a man’s world, and on the importance of female mentoring.
In Global Finance, Denis Baranov, Principal Consultant at DataArt comments on the legitimacy of bitcoin, as one of the largest derivatives exchanges in the world, CME Group, plans to launch bitcoin futures before the end of the year.
TechRadar asks technology experts about their vision of the world a 100 years from today. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, envisions a technology that will enable us to look at the present from the future.