The MACH Alliance continues its unabated upward trajectory in 2023.
The not-for-profit group, which advocates for open and best-of-breed enterprise technology ecosystems, has added multiple technologies and system integrators to its ranks since the beginning of the year. This includes some noteworthy brands like Stripe and Paypal.
This week, the company announced that it is now a certified member of the MACH Alliance, highlighting its commitment to utilizing modern, modular, and scalable software architectures to provide innovative digital experiences to its clients.
"We are thrilled to be a part of the MACH Alliance community," said Jon Voigt, CEO of Agility. "At Agility, we’ve always had the belief that customers should use best-of-breed solutions and bring them together to create the best experience for their teams and their customers. Joining the MACH Alliance just shows external verification that we’ve always been on the right track."
The MACH Alliance is a community of technology companies and enablers dedicated to promoting the adoption of MACH architecture principles for building flexible, interoperable, and future-proof digital ecosystems. MACH (Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS, and Headless) represents the foundational principles that Agility was designed on from its conception – making it an ideal fit for membership.
"By leveraging MACH architecture principles at Agility, we empower our customers and partners to build and deliver personalized, omnichannel digital experiences that drive engagement and loyalty," said Joel Varty, CTO of Agility. "I look forward to collaborating with other members of the MACH Alliance to drive innovation and advance the adoption of modern architectural standards."
As a composable platform, Agility CMS allows clients to easily manage and distribute content across multiple channels and seamlessly integrate with other services. Additionally, its API-first approach enables clients to create content once and then distribute it anywhere, seamlessly integrating it with their existing technology stack.
From an infrastructure perspective, Agility is cloud-native, running on the latest technology and making it easy for clients to scale their solutions as their business grows.
Finally, Agility's headless approach – a key component in MACH architectures – allows clients to easily separate content from the presentation layer, giving them the freedom to deliver customized experiences across a variety of channels.
Agility's membership in the MACH Alliance will give the company access to a network of leading technology companies, enabling it to stay at the forefront of technology innovation and continue delivering outstanding digital experiences to its clients.
"At Agility, we always strive to provide the best possible digital experiences for our clients," said Jina Zohori, Head of Customer Experience at Agility. "By joining the MACH Alliance community and leveraging modern, modular, and scalable software architectures, we will continue to innovate and provide our clients with exceptional digital experiences that engage and delight their customers. Our membership in the MACH Alliance will also provide us with access to a network of leading technology companies, enabling us to stay at the forefront of technology innovation and deliver even more value to our clients."
Agility's recent announcement of a new UI also reinforces its commitment to delivering a best-in-class customer experience. The upgrade reflected 18 months of research and innovation that improves the overall usability of the headless platform, along with new features and modernizations.
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