Wunderman Thompson are excited to be sponsoring and hosting the MACH TWO Welcome Drinks on 12th June. Spaces are limited, but we’d love to see you there. RSVP below to join.
When: 6-8pm, Monday 12th June
Where: Soho House Amsterdam
As more and more organisations turn towards composable solutions to help them build better experiences, faster, more efficiently and with greater scalability, the MACH Alliance has become a central source of advocacy and education for the users and providers of these open, best-of-breed enterprise technology ecosystems.
MACH Certification provides these organisations with confidence that they are choosing best-in-class vendors and implementation partners. Those that can and will deliver future-proof technology to help their businesses grow.
We’ve been building customer experiences based on these cloud-native, headless architectures for over a decade for clients such as T-Mobile, DFS, PVH and Ted Baker. Now, as a member of the MACH Alliance, we’re at the heart of a global community of disruptors and digital transformation leaders, striving for excellence and innovation to take digital customer experience to the next level.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone at MACH TWO, the annual flagship event in the MACH Alliance calendar, taking place in Amsterdam from 12th - 14th June!
of MACH users say they are ahead of the competition
of tech leaders are planning to increase MACH investment
not using MACH say they will in future
Composable commerce is a journey and it is important to phase any implementation. Starting on this journey doesn’t mean that you have to ditch all legacy systems and start with a clean slate. In fact, a truly effective MACH strategy will deliver value from innovative new MACH services but also unlock value sequestered in your existing tech. Moving to MACH doesn’t have to be all of nothing. Here’s how we help organisations to phase their MACH journey.
Replacing specific applications or elements of applications with minimal impact to the existing tech estate. Establishing early levels of automation.
An extensive build or migration of multiple parts of the ecosystem, creating significant changes to integration and service layer, using best-of-breed SaaS components.
Leveraging MACH principles to drive innovation and efficiencies in the business. Integrating additional systems and fast data processing.
Smaller, distributed deployments mean quicker responses to market trends with more resilient systems composed of cloud services.
Benefit from on demand licensing and manage investment across different product or ecosystem elements.
Quicker ROI through faster implementation with lower risk on core applications.
A service first approach, opening services across owned and external channels.
Roll out features and applications without joining a slow-moving release train.
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