The New Enterprise Technology Ecosystem
The MACH Alliance is a non-profit co-operation of technology companies helping enterprise organizations navigate the complex modern technology landscape. It believes in and advocates for the business advantages of open tech systems that are microservices, API-first, cloud native and headless. By providing a single resource for businesses to understand this best-of-breed architecture, organizations can get better answers, more quickly. And start transforming their commerce experience.
The most innovative and flexible enterprise technologies. For commerce experiences that make a difference.
The MACH Ecosystem
There is no All-In-One Platform
MACH technologies are the blueprint for the architecture that everyone should be embracing. And as an industry-leading member, Amplience provides the experience management and CMS solutions within it.
Having an architecture that is pluggable, scalable and replaceable, means it can be continuously improved without harming other components. By making the different elements of your commerce experience modular, and therefore swappable, businesses can innovate fast and rapidly deploy new features.
The MACH Business Advantage
Enterprise businesses need powerful, dynamic solutions that are reliable and flexible. These don’t exist in legacy software. The MACH approach is an architectural blueprint for designing and building the next generation of digital experience solutions.
It offers organizations separate building blocks with which they can build all kinds of different commerce solutions. Every component is pluggable, scalable, replaceable, and can be continuously improved through agile development to meet evolving business requirements.
MACH technology is Pluggable. Scalable. Replaceable. And continuously improving.
MACH Alliance in Action
Amplience Summer Summit
The world of retail was already changing before Covid-19, now the need for change is unstoppable. Creating great customer-first experiences is more important than ever. Hosted by Amplience and sponsored by commercetools and Myplanet, we explored the effects of Covid-19 on the retail landscape, delved into customer case studies, explored how to create the best possible customer-first commerce experiences, and how a headless architecture might be the way to do it.
A Conversation with EPAM
Join Matt Bradbeer, Director, Client Partner at EPAM and James Brooke, Amplience Founder and CEO, as they explore the world of MACH, the move away from modular and monolithic platforms, the impact of Covid-19, and the MACH Alliance.