Cryptos must improve user experience to compete

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Cryptocurrency companies need to improve security, but not at the expense of equally important user experience

Procurement should not be swayed by politics

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In an increasingly volatile world, procurement decisions are in danger of being influenced by politics, not to mention emotions, rather than what’s best for the bottom line

Five futuristic modes of transport transforming travel

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Futuristic developments in the transport sector are transforming travel, improving journey times, passenger comfort and safety as well as safeguarding the environment

Outsourcing providers diversify to survive protectionism

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Fearing clients might bring home offshore outsourcing contracts, service providers are adapting to widen and improve their offering

Five ways fintech is improving access to financial services

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Firms around the world are providing fintech solutions to many local problems, including financial inclusion, microfinance and online payments

Insurance moves from reactive to predictive

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The role of insurance is set to change as companies embrace a new approach using predictive analytics to monitor risks around the clock

The new wave of digital-savvy retail chiefs

Retail bosses must be tech savvy, willing to delegate to digital experts and empower others in their organisation, while keeping a tight hold on strategy

Williams F1 team uses behaviour intelligence technology to get ahead

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Graeme Hackland, chief information officer of Williams Martini Racing, tells how user behaviour intelligence technology is helping to propel the team’s Formula 1 car