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Make the Move from Monolith to MACH

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Jay Myers

Co-founder

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At NRF 2024, Bold connected with ecommerce industry leaders to explore the catalysts and motivations for brands to move from a monolith ecommerce platform to a modern MACH-based solution.

Learn from these ecommerce experts as they clearly break down how and why brands should make the move to MACH.

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We've made moving from a monolith to MACH super easy for you. We've broken it down into 5-minute videos that are easy to digest, so you can get the info you need fast.  Wanna dive deeper? Watch the full video to get the full scoop from our expert team.

Meet the panel: Jay Myers Co-Founder Bold Commerce, Becky Parisotto, VP Commerce & Retail Platforms Orium, Jen Chang, VP of Partnerships, Vercel and Eli Finkelshteyn, Co-Founder and CEO Constructor.io, provide the plain truth on moving from a monolith to MACH.

Meet the panel: Jay Myers Co-Founder Bold Commerce, Becky Parisotto, VP Commerce & Retail Platforms Orium, Jen Chang, VP of Partnerships, Vercel and Eli Finkelshteyn, Co-Founder and CEO Constructor.io, provide the plain truth on moving from a monolith to MACH.

Question 1:

What is the impetus for a brand to start a conversation about a digital transformation?

Question 2:

How does a brand overcome their internal objections or challenges to make the move to MACH?

Question 3:

What are the starting points for a brand to begin their move to MACH?

Question 4:

What are some success stories of brands moving to MACH?

Question 5:

What are the common factors when a move to MACH does not go well?

Question 6:

What is the biggest surprise for brands or “side effect” wins for brands after moving to MACH?

Our full panel discussion

This includes our panelists’ insights on the biggest strategic reason for recommending a brand move to composable.

Want to learn more? Get the MACH checklist

The move to MACH will continue to be more of a focus for brands wanting to focus on customer value and future-proofing their technology stack.

“The continued economic uncertainty coming into 2024 forces businesses to be more value-centric than ever. In-year ROI will be king! Investments in technology and digital capability will be evaluated accordingly. We will therefore see a greater use of an incremental transition strategy to Composable – simply an approach with less focus on the re-platforming of core business services, and more focus on the customer value-creation. Roadmaps will focus on small impactful steps, all both launching new, value-adding digital services, all while they’re equally supporting the move to a strategic, composable technology stack.”


Casper Rasmussen
President MACH Alliance
Group SVP, Technology, Valtech

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Jay Myers

Co-founder

As one of Bold's co-founders, Jay is constantly looking at new ways to innovate in ecommerce.

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