MACH Alliance Adds New Ambassadors to Growing List of Practitioners Who Champion MACH Principles
09 November 2022 - San Francisco - New York - London - Amsterdam - Berlin - MACH Alliance, the group of independent tech companies dedicated to advocating for open, best-of-breed technology ecosystems, announced today that it has added nine new ambassadors. The Alliance now has roughly 40 ambassador members, in addition to almost 70 company members.
The new ambassadors are:
Andrei Rebrov - CTO & Co-founder - Scentbird
Chandan Kumar - Digital Architect - Fisher & Paykel Appliances Ltd
Claire Donald - VP of Engineering - Moo
Claire Thelliez - Director of Information Systems/CIO - Promod
Gordon Lucas - Global Director of Digital Technology - Costa Coffee
Ian Rosen - President & COO - Harry Rosen
Mark Elliott - Chief Architect - Boohoo Group PLC
Sara Du - CEO & Cofounder - Alloy Automation
Scott Fraser - Digital Product Director - Screwfix
MACH Alliance ambassadors are individual industry leaders who actively support and contribute to advance MACH technology. Ambassadors are a passionate group of experts that advocate for education and adoption of MACH globally by sharing their knowledge and experience pertaining to the advancement of MACH technologies and the scaling of communities to support them.
“Our ambassadors play a unique role in championing MACH because their experiences are so personal given they’re sharing their own points of view versus those of a company as a whole,” said Casper Rasmussen, MACH Alliance president. “We’ve invested heavily in growing this group while still being selective as to who makes the cut, and we’ve been overwhelmed by the diverse amount of talented leaders who want to get involved.”
Stay tuned for more about each of these new ambassadors in our “Meet your MACH Alliance Ambassador” series on our Insights page.
Interested in membership or becoming an ambassador? Learn more at www.machalliance.org.
About the MACH Alliance
The MACH Alliance is a [501(c)(6)] non-profit organization, governed by an independent board and does not endorse specific vendors, members or otherwise. The Alliance was formed in June 2020 to help enterprise organizations navigate the complex modern technology landscape. It aims to guide and show the business advantage of open tech ecosystems that are Microservices based, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless. All MACH Alliance members meet certification principles that are published on the website.
The MACH Alliance welcomes technology companies and individual industry experts who share the same vision for the future. Learn more at machalliance.org, read here about MACH certification and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.