Smart Technology; Where Finance and IT Combines
1Fadia Shah, 2Faiza Shah, 3Yasir Shah
1School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Electronic, Science, and Technology
2School of Finance and Accounts, Central University of Finance and Accounts, Beijing, Chin
3School of Finance and Accounts, Central University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pa
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For any nation, the role of technology and education are two strong pillars. Education is most important for mental and social improvement and finances are very much needed to stay focused to learn. Demand and Supply ratio is always important in financial systems. Good finances are very much needed to buy new technology. As the internet has switched from simple device connections towards telecommunications, machine to machine and machine to human communications, this has generated the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT), intelligence improvement of the machine, automated systems; which has a direct influence on the economy. The countries which are fast in advance technology ultimately are getting more growth in financial aspects too. This has a direct impact
to increase gross domestic product (GDP). The revenue-generating causes have changed over the past decade.
A lot of fields are now combined to gain more success, more pride and more revenue than ever before.
Many subsystems of complete systems are collective components of different types. They integrated together to get some useful results. After the mobile phones were transformed into a smart technology and freeware and open source programming facilitated research-based inventions and innovations, almost every system was analyzed as revenue generation system. The major investments were reckoned for more output collection. Advanced business intelligence was further applied to overcome high risk and more benefits.
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