DataArt Collaborates with Momenta Partners to Bring its Custom Solutions
FREMONT, CA: DataArt, provider of specific technology approaches and end-to-end solutions has collaborated with Momenta Partners to bring its custom solutions to Momenta Partners connected industry ecosystem. Well equipped with the latest knowledge and industrial grade research, DataArt has assisted and worked on thousands of projects for companies as well as industries such as financial services, healthcare and life sciences, travel and hospitality and IoT sector.
“Our solutions and collaborative engagement models help to solve the most burning issues for the hospitality sector, affirming our role as a true technology partner for the most discerning global brands,” states Gregory Abbott, Managing Partner and Senior vice president. Moreover, DataArt also has its permanent clients counting McGraw-Hill Financial, Coller Capital, BankingUp, Ocado, artnet, Betfair, Skyscanner, Collette Vacations, Booker and Charles River Laboratories. Through these partnerships, firm enables to create innovative solutions which help organizations to turn into an enduring achievement in today commercial center.
With its deep domain knowledge and technology expertise, DataArt delivers services in Internet of Things (IoT) sector, including new product design, enterprise system modernization, and managed services. Further, DataArt is keen on leveraging its ongoing investment in the IoT for the betterment of travel and hospitality sector. “Each IoT solution is different and spans between multiple disciplines. The key to successful execution of IoT strategy is to have the right partnerships in place,” said Artyom Astafurov, Managing Partner of DataArt. He further adds, “DataArt is glad to bring its system integration and technology consulting expertise to help companies within Momenta's ecosystem to move faster.”
“We are pleased to have DataArt as a member of our Connected Industry ecosystem,” said Tom Gilley, Venture Partner at Momenta Partners. “I’ve been impressed with their work on the past IoT projects and see great potential in their IoT interoperability capabilities,” he adds.
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