• Looking Back at HACKNEXT

    21 March 2019
    By admin

    Hacknext 2019 Wrap-up (002)

    From 7 to 9 March, DataArt co-hosted the second HACKNEXT insurance hackathon, where 110 hackers in twenty teams with pioneering digital solutions for the insurance industry competed for first place. The ideas developed ranged from smart contract assistants and well-structured retirement visualization to remarkable bank assurance solutions. Team Xmen, with a micropayment application for retirement, won the 10,000 Euro prize. Workshops and lectures for around 50 non-programming visitors rounded out the insurance hackathon.


  • DeviceHive is Nominated for Best IoT Open Source Product (1)

    The DeviceHive team is proud to announce that the platform is nominated for the Best IoT Open Source Product by IoT Innovator Awards 2017.


  • dataart

    July 17, 2017– New York, London, Munich – DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops, and supports unique software solutions, has announced unification of its brand across all marketing channels in 20 global locations, in time for its twentieth anniversary.


  • DataArt exhibited for the first time at the Phocuswright Europe Conference, 12-14th May, in Dublin, a key travel event where more than 400 senior travel industry leaders get together to discuss the issues, challenges, and trends that are driving the business across travel and hospitality.

    The Tnooz Appy Hour, a lively cocktail party and a key feature at the Phocuswright conference, was once again supported by DataArt. The reception gathered more than 100 senior travel professionals including representatives from Blacklane, Skyscanner, Travelport, TrustYou,  Criteo, Triometric, BCD Travel, Travelport, Triptease, Airhelp and Sabre among others.  Everyone had an opportunity to discuss ideas and thoughts presented during the day, in a more informal way.


  • Ever increasingly companies in the Travel, Tourism & Hospitality industry are putting mobile at the center of their strategic business focus. Some, like HotelTonight, have gone so far as to make it their entire focus.

    It’s no secret that the traveler/consumer is “always connected” via their mobile device. Google’s latest mobile reports states: “94% of smartphone users look for local information on their phone and 90% take action a result, such as making a purchase or contacting the business.” (source: http://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/mobileplanet/en/)