Driving MACH-driven businesses
Within business technology, a common mistake is to assume that disruptive ideas such as MACH, are the exclusive province of small, agile start-ups, pitching creativity and innovation against the size and muscle of huge corporates. It is the David vs Goliath fallacy.
As an example of a corporate giant embracing and shaping MACH, Capgemini is a global leader in partnering with companies to transform and manage their business by harnessing the power of technology, helping them develop and address the challenges of tomorrow.
Capgemini has been active within the MACH ecosystem for several years – both implementing full composable solutions and augmenting traditional landscapes with MACH technologies.
Having joined the MACH Alliance in 2022, Capgemini has already collaborated closely with other members to create and craft joint activity and advocate not only MACH as a technology stack but also as a driver of business change and value.
For Capgemini, MACH principles deliver business and technology solutions that enable an organization to transform and improve performance by adapting more quickly and intuitively to changing market dynamics.
This is driven by a focus on agility and finding competitive advantage – often enabled by collaboration across business partners.
This was most recently seen in the 2022 launch of ‘Crafted Commerce’ - an approach to the challenges and opportunities that exist for transactional organizations across industries who are moving towards MACH technologies and composable strategies.
Crafted Commerce empowers an organization to accelerate the process of procurement, deliver faster, and reduce time to market for new capability, products, and channels. Recognizing the profound impact and business changes that arise because of composable strategies, MACH is a key focus for Capgemini throughout the next 12-18 months.
Leveraging its undoubted size and expertise of working with 85% of the 200 largest public companies on the Forbes Global 2000 list, Capgemini will use MACH principles to push the boundaries and assumptions of traditional agency and system integrator approaches to programs of change, from initial engagements through to the sophisticated demands of a multi-vendor landscape.