• Payments by cash are slowly becoming obsolete as digital payment solutions become more ingrained in our society, allowing consumers to pay or transfer monetary funds between one or another through their computers and mobile devices. Moreover, digitization has also impacted the payment systems within brick-and-mortar retail stores and e-commerce sites.


  • AI is already being implemented in businesses around the world, and while worries persist over whether robots will be taking over the workplace, some are predicting that it will actually improve and even create jobs in the future.

    From devices in our homes to mobile apps, AI has already made its way into our daily lives. The workplace is no exception and AI has already helped businesses make better use of data and streamline processes. According to John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices here are a few AI trends you should be aware of for your business:

  • It is estimated that by 2020, 85% of CIOs will be trialing A.I programmes to enhance outsource efforts.


    The natural language generation market for A.I software is predicted to increase to around $825.3 million by 2023.


    As tech continues to disrupt areas of business, consideration for codes of ethics is essential to a company’s approach to data monetisation.


    Data gravity is causing an increasing number of businesses to move towards the cloud.