Travel & Hospitality Insights
  • Tech Talk: Around the Block

    11 January 2018 | UK | Media

    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.

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  • DataArt Provides Its Global Technology Outlook for 2018

    10 January 2018 | US | Press Release

    Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Data Will Drive Business Transformation and Digital Customer Experiences January 10, 2018 – New York & London – DataArt, the global technology consultancy, shares its predictions on how technology will dramatically impact and transform the business...

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  • Will 2018 be the year the download officially dies?

    7 January 2018 | UK & US | Media

    TechRadar speculates about the future of music downloads, streaming and lossless music in 2018. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the state of the market and whether Hi-Res will become a next stage of the audio evolution.

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  • Guest Post: Don’t Believe Everything You Read About the Impact of GDPR on Travel

    5 January 2018 | UK | Media

    In Travolution, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt UK, sheds light on what GDPR really means for travel business, presenting data to reconcile the fears of maximum possible repercussions against practical realities.

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  • GDPR – What Will It Mean for The Travel Industry – And Can You Believe Everything You Read?

    2 January 2018 | UK | Media

    In the third and final article of the series for GDPR: REPORT, Charlotte Lamp Davies, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt UK, resolves controversies around GDPR, clarifying the scope and spirit of the regulation, severity of repercussions and depth of scrutiny of the travel industry.

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  • Don’t Fear GDPR, It’s The Logical Next Step in Your Company’s Digital Transformation

    27 December 2017 | UK | Media

    In the second installment of the three-part article series for GDPR: REPORT, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt UK, explains the application of GDPR in the UK, recommends a constructive road to compliance and advises travel companies to view the legislation as an opportunity for digital transformation.

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  • 10 trends in tech to watch in 2018

    23 December 2017 | UK & US | Media

    TechRadar outlines ten trends to watch across industry sectors in 2018, with self-driving cars and voice-controlled devices topping the list. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the future of voice-activated technologies.

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  • A Travel Tech Consultancy Perspective on 2017 and the Coming Year

    22 December 2017 | UK | Media

    Tnooz runs DataArt’s perspective on travel tech trends in 2018, stressing an increased pressure on business travel companies from the leisure travel sector and from the business travel programs of new players like Airbnb, Uber and Lyft. Major threats to the industry are data security issues and GDPR repercussions on non-compliers.

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  • Trend Watch: Four Technology Topics Your Business Needs to be Aware of in 2018

    20 December 2017 | UK | Media

    In TTG Media, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt UK, shares her take on top travel tech trends for 2018. More extensive use of AI, conversion to mobile, utilizing blockchain as a platform for loyalty programs, and GDPR preparations are the main areas of focus for 2018.

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  • Personalisation Technology Key in 2018

    12 December 2017 | UK | Media

    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.

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