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Weekly Round Up
27 April 2018
Latest Companies

Aetna International - Innovative Global Healthcare Cover and Wellness and Care Management Solutions

ISPAT - The Republic of Turkey Prime Ministry Investment Support and Promotion Agency - Invest in Turkey

Planon - Global Real Estate and Facility Management Software

Tytho - Bright tax automation, better business

SoftServe - 20+ years of software development and consulting experience

Press Releases

SoftServe builds analytics in the Cloud solution for Yottaa
Global technology solutions provider SoftServe, and SaaS eCommerce acceleration platform provider, Yottaa, have partnered to develop a real-time, actionable log analytics, indexing, and visualization solution to expand Yottaa’s existing ImpactAnalytics capability.

SoftServe helps OBH use Big Data and analytics to measure health in Diabetes
OBH (Outcomes Based Healthcare), a company helping to revolutionize incentive models for healthcare providers, partnered with SoftServe to develop the Sense360 smartphone app, which offers a scalable, reliable, and reproducible method of finding behavioral patterns correlated with wellness among patients with diabetes.

SoftServe wins 'Connected Mobility Solution of the Year' at European IT & Software Excellence Awards
SoftServe, a global technology solution provider, today announced it has received the accolade of connected mobility solution of the year at the European IT and Software Excellence awards.

Join the Marketsnapp revolution
Marketsnapp is the UK's first online retail platform for market traders designed by market people. Marketsnapp enables its users (whether they have a market stall or work from home) to display and sell their products instantly to a national audience.

SoftServe achieves Amazon Web Services Big Data Competency for delivering data solutions in the Cloud
SoftServe, a leading solution provider and software development company, has achieved the AWS Big Data Competency from Amazon Web Services (AWS). The competency designation recognizes SoftServe’s continued success in helping customers build effective data management solutions, as well as providing methods and techniques to process and analyze data productively, at any scale.

White Papers

Connect employee healthcare dots with virtual health
The need for global employers to offer their expatriate employees a healthcare solution that provides a comprehensive suite of easyto-access benefits cannot be understated, argues Sneh...

Connected healthcare
Employee healthcare support is about to take huge strides forward, according to Alan Payne, chief information officer at Aetna International. We discuss connected healthcare and how...

Tytho VAT number validation
Every company trading within the European Union is required by law to ensure that the VAT numbers of its customers are correct for supplies within the EU. Failure to provide proof, for example...

Tax codes with validity periods
Multinational enterprises operating on SAP R/3 platforms face two challenges when it comes to tax codes: the limited number of tax codes available in standard SAP, and tax codes high...

Indirect tax logic
A flexible sustainable solution for Indirect Tax...


Will Microsoft’s HoloLens transform business meetings?
The HoloLens device is the latest invention from Microsoft – a piece of equipment that allows users to see through walls and have microscopic vision. Chief Executive Officer meets Ben Reed, director of HoloLens business strategy, and the Windows and Devices Group at Microsoft, to find out about the device’s potential, as it blurs the lines between the virtual and physical worlds.

Satya Nadella's leadership mantra centers on empathy
Microsoft has dominated the tech landscape for more than 40 years, but has only ever had three CEOs. Stephen Hall went to Lords cricket ground in London to meet its latest figurehead, Hyderabad-born Satya Nadella, who puts empathy at the centre of his vision for the Silicon Valley giant.

Role of CEO in improving diversity at workplace
In October, David Hynam, chief executive of Bupa UK, was listed as one of OUTstanding’s top ten leading LGBT+ Executives. Abi Millar spoke to Hynam about the changing role of the CEO and what business leaders can do to promote diversity.

Dangers and benefits of artificial intelligence and robotics
Artificial intelligence and robotics are among the biggest technological risks to the world, according to a report from the World Economic Forum (WEF), but with careful management, they could be a potent force for good. Chief Executive Officer discusses the dangers and benefits of this technology with Nicholas Davis, head of the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ team and member of the executive committee at WEF.

Technology changing the role of CEO
He is the UK CEO of German manufacturing giant Siemens and the man hired by the UK Government to lead the country’s digitisation strategy as the world enters the fourth industrial revolution. Stephen Hall meets charismatic CEO Juergen Maier to find out how the role is changing and how the UK can benefit from this new era of the internet of things.


Alabama: the new home for global business
Greg Canfield, secretary of commerce in the executive division at the Alabama Department of Commerce, discusses the increasing interest automotive companies have in Alabama and the state’s growing rate of foreign direct investment.

Get the best pension guidance
With pension schemes becoming increasingly complicated, employees are in desperate need of help to understand their options. Richard Williams, head of Pension Decision Service at JLT, talks about how his company can help people to save intelligently for retirement.

Get to Davos in no time
Aline Bovier, director at Sion Airport, outlines how business clientele can access major commercial centres and desirable tourist destinations with the Davos Heli Shuttle.

Green energy digitalisation
As the world transitions to an economy driven by renewable energy, new digital solutions are emerging that help businesses and consumers to reduce costs and join the green-energy revolution. Stefan Lodeweyckx, founder and CEO of Enervalis, discusses the new wave of digitisation and how everyone has a role to play.

No need to fear the GDPR
Torgrim Takle, CEO at Crayon Group, says businesses that seek to optimise IT estates can get past fears surrounding the latest piece of EU legislation by using joined-up thinking, regarding software asset management and cloud economics.

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