Big Data Archives - Root Level Technology

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Fintech Companies Migrate to the Cloud

There’s no doubt about it. Fintech adoption is booming—global investment activity was valued at $3.2 billion in 1Q2017. Learn how the drive for fintech provides greater flexibility and faster delivery of traditional and innovative financial offerings to fintech customers. The Cloud-ward Migration is Real In the past, financial software focused on internal processes and operations. But then, device-carrying customers started to live their financial lives online.  Presto! Forward-looking finance companies started delivering what their customers wanted, a mobile-first experience. More and more customers got engaging services that were convenient, fast and useful, anywhere there’s an Internet connection.  Contactless payments, e-deposits, digital lending, capital markets and peer-to-peer payments. Life was good. As the crowds of enthusiastic mobile customers grew, so did […]

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FinTech & loT: How They Relate

Fintech and the Internet of Things (IoT). These are just two of the countless buzzwords that the IT sector launches at unwary users. But it’s worthwhile learning about them because they both are growing in importance and have a lot to offer. Here’s how they work together to provide value for finance companies and customers. Fintech and the IoT Say the word “fintech,” and many things come to mind—an industry, a group of companies or specialized technologies. What’s the best definition? When you talk about the IoT (a group of technologies), it’s helpful to define fintech as: Technologies that financial services organizations use to offer new or improved services and make their operations more efficient. What is the IoT?  Think […]

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FinTech Sends Financial Services a Wakeup Call

FinTech Jolts the Financial Services Market Whether you call fintech changes to the financial services market disruptive, seismic (my favorite) or a technology tsunami, there’s no doubt: technology developments and customer expectations drive established companies to stay competitive by adopting new tools and practices.  What’s responsible for this turbulence? CapGemini analysts point to Growing customer expectations of convenient, connected services. Lower barriers to market entry. The accelerated pace of technological evolution. Enthusiastic venture capital funding. Financial Services Market: Ready for Change Since the fintech revolution started with the founding of PayPal 20 years ago, the financial services market has been ripe for change. Here are three current reasons why: Customers comfortable with mobile connectivity want to engage with their finances […]

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Big Data: Deep Learning with Tensor Flow

Will Google’s TensorFlow Fuel Your Next Breakout Product? In the era of self-driving cars and the internet of things, it can be easy to get caught up in the “window effect”.  Maybe you’ve been there already…on the outside of that window looking in jealousy.  That feeling of “sure, deep learning and big data utilization are all perfectly well for Google and other tech giants, but it’s entirely out of my company’s league.”  If you’ve thought that far into the matter, you’ve probably also reflected on the massive upside potential that these technologies hold (probably with a healthy dose of entrepreneurial jealousy, if we had to guess).  But now you can stop wishing and start innovating.  In a move that holds […]

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How CI And CD Can Boost Your Efficiency, Revenue, And More

Continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) are powerful strategies that your software team needs to adopt, if it hasn’t currently already. How would you like a simple, low-cost path to a smoother release cycle, a better relationship with your end users, and higher profits?  Well, that’s precisely what’s on offer when you adopt and pair continuous integration and continuous deployment. What’s Continuous Integration (CI)? We’ll start by explaining CI and its advantages before moving on to a discussion of CD.  Continuous integration is exactly what you’d expect those two words to break down into from a coding perspective.  All of the team’s coders submit their separate bits of project code into a centralized server.  This server then integrates the […]

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