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Convincing your CTO and other members of senior management that a MACH (Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native, Headless) transition makes sense for your business can be fairly complex. But without a willingness to change the tech thinking and architecture, you’ll be left with failed digital initiatives.
Here, we’ll talk through how to communicate the concept and benefits of a modern, decoupled architecture by addressing some of the key questions CTOs often ask:
Question: What are the forces driving your desire to make this transformation?
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Question: How do we create more agility through technology as we think about a transition to MACH?

Question: What are some of the primary considerations for making this transition a success? 

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Question: What is the fastest path to value? 
Question: What role should I expect to play?

Companies need to rethink how the organization works, and that’s not limited to implementing agile ways of working. It’s about the tech and human/talent sides of the business and trusting and working together in this new digital environment to drive outcomes that align to your strategy and purpose.

Sonja Keerl is a co-founder of MACH Alliance and VP, marketing, at Constructor. MACH Alliance is a group of independent tech companies dedicated to advocating for open, best-of-breed technology ecosystems.


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