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What the Future Has in Stock for Us: 20 Predictions for 2020. Part 2

Jan 24, 2020
Tech predictions

The year 2020 has much to offer. The expansion of 5G and other prospective wireless technologies is round the corner, which opens a lot of possibilities for the implementation of technological solutions in any sphere. This, in its turn, will create huge amounts of data to be processed, analyzed and utilized for the greater good….

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Top Technology News of 2019. Part 2: On the Software Side of the Moon

Jan 10, 2020
Tech News of 2019

2020 is in full effect already, with breaking news on our screen constantly popping up. Let’s dig for some nostalgia and remember what the year 2019 brought for the developers’ community. The list of the most remarkable news is incomplete for sure, since we hand-picked only a couple among the best of the best. Indulge…

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Connected Finances. Part 2: When the Internet of Things Secures Your Finances

Nov 29, 2019
Internet of Things in Banking

The Internet of Things has a considerable flair for innovations and is penetrating virtually any sphere of human activities. Surely, we all have noticed how our finances have moved towards becoming all digital and we are gradually forgetting what it is like to use paper cash. More on how businesses are adopting the benefits of…

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Artificial Intelligence in the Travel Industry. Part 2: Analyze That

Oct 7, 2019
artificial intelligence tourism

In travel, the competition is fierce and companies shouldn’t put off differentiation any longer. Smart travelers are constantly comparing prices of flights, hotels, and car rentals to make sure that they get the best possible experience for their money. This means that to keep up with the modern pace of life, the tourism and travel…

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What banks should know about PFM development in 2020?

Sep 30, 2019
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Not so long ago statistics showed low adoption levels on Personal Finance Management (PFM) systems. Indeed, the 10-12% adoption rate can hardly be a strong motivation for banks to invest in PFM development. But the financial industry is changing, shaped by customers, who are looking for some financial coaching instead of financial education. 

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