EPAM Joins Newly Formed MACH Alliance as Founding Member
EPAM to consult and advise businesses on how to advance their digital practices using MACH technologies–bringing exciting and expanded set of choices to enterprise customers
- What’s the News – EPAM becomes a founding member of the newly formed MACH Alliance—along with commercetools, Contentstack and Valtech—to bring together likeminded companies and experts with a similar technology vision to drive next-generation digital experiences in the marketplace.
- Why it Matters – The business landscape is continually changing, and companies must adapt to compete. Using MACH technologies, we’re able to extend the technology choices available to our enterprise customers—bringing new speed, lower total cost of ownership and a new architectural philosophy that reflects the direction of travel for all future enterprise technology.
- Who it’s for – Technology vendors, digital agencies and system integrators to help educate organizations and broader analyst / media.
EPAM Systems, Inc. a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, today announced their role as a founding member of the newly formed MACH Alliance, a group of independent tech companies dedicated to advocating for open, best-of-breed technology ecosystems. In this role, EPAM will utilize its product and platform engineering leadership experience to consult and advise its customers on how they can leverage the power of cloud and headless technology to innovate and bring their digital customer experiences to life faster.
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In a time when companies increasingly need to pivot, innovate and transform quickly in a shifting and competitive marketplace, MACH architecture – which stands for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-Native and Headless – is becoming a top choice for businesses looking to build agile and scalable solutions. Speed is a critical benefit of MACH and much like its moniker, demonstrates how modern architecture can serve enterprises more effectively and support the race to stay ahead of the competition with greater speed.
“MACH is the next step in the natural evolution of digital technology. MACH architectures are technology-centric and software-first, and a good reflection of modern software engineering techniques,” said Pavel Veller, CTO, Digital Engagement Practice, EPAM. “As cloud becomes ubiquitous, we are seeing clear momentum in the industry towards an API-first, cloud-native approach. Leveraging our experience in cloud, headless and digital transformation, we will work with our customers to determine the technology and architecture solution that best meets their specific use case needs.”
As a founding member in the MACH Alliance, EPAM’s team of expert consultants will help enterprise organizations navigate the complex modern technology landscape and educate them on best-of-breed technology for the next generation of digital experiences.
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“The shift to MACH has been driven by the need for businesses to quickly adapt and stay ahead of the curve—especially given the current environment—and the inevitable path forward that modern technology paves for these enterprises,” said Elaina Shekhter, Advisory Board Member to the MACH Alliance and Chief Marketing Officer at EPAM. “We’ve helped many of the world’s top enterprises re-imagine their businesses and thrive using MACH technologies, even before this concept was talked about in the market. Now, as a founding member of the MACH Alliance, we look forward to sharing our expertise by consulting and advising our clients about how to advance their digital practice using these new technologies—bringing enterprise customers an expanded set of choices and truly novel customer experiences to life.”
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