MACH - how do you know if it's right for your business?
Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless have secured their place in the business world. These concepts have existed in their own right for some time and are already fairly well known, but the umbrella term MACH is new. Will it soon be mentioned in the same breath as Cloud and SaaS? And when will it be worth investing in it? Find out in this white paper.
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MACH emerged as part of the 'digital transformation' wave and can be enormously valuable to your company if you want to create a unique omnichannel experience for your customers. Initially it served larger web applications, mobile channels and front-end-facing projects with separate, independent components from different vendors, but now it's extending its reach into the entire IT landscape.
In this white paper:
7 questions to determine whether MACH is right for your business
About MACH: microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless
What is the value of MACH?
MACH architecture: how do you prepare your company for it?
A strong approach to the very best service
MACH is an ideal investment if you want to set up a unique omnichannel experience for your customers. It's worth bearing in mind that setting up a MACH architecture involves much more than simply using an online SaaS platform.
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