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May is in full bloom for the MACH Alliance. The organization just announced the addition of five new members this month, raising its tally to 85

The new members – dotSource, Kbrw, Pimberly, SheerID, and Xiatech – represent independent software vendors (ISV), start-up ISVs, and system integrators from across the globe. Each has met the membership requirements and is focused on delivering MACH-compliant solutions to help organizations future-proof their composable strategies.


dotSource is a leading digital agency based in Jena, Germany. It specializes in developing and implementing products for marketing, sales, and services.

According to its news release, dotSource expects its System Integrator membership to provide valuable inspiration and stimulate fruitful exchange on microservices architectures and headless solutions.

Together with its partners commercetools, Akeneo, Contentful, and Bloomreach, dotSource intends to carry out numerous projects in the coming months and years – and take the implementation of digital experience platforms using MACH architectures to an even higher level.


Kbrw is a Paris-based order management, warehouse management, integrated inventory management, and order capture solutions company. The company specializes in digital transformation for organizations and their supply chains, and has successfully developed, deployed, and maintained dedicated solutions for clients of all sizes in more than 100 countries across the world. Kbrw will also be joining the MACH Alliance as an ISV member.

Last summer, Kbrw entered into a strategic partnership with commercetools, another MACH Alliance member, to deliver better customer experiences for its customers by utilizing Kbrw’s order and purchasing management capabilities.


Pimberly is a product information management (PIM) platform, specializing in data and digital assets. Pimberly helps businesses expand their online sales rapidly through efficient management of product information. The platform allows retailers, brands, distributors, and manufacturers to harness and enrich large, complex volumes of product data across multiple channels and regions – enabling them to expand product delivery to more markets faster and deliver high growth in online revenues.

Based in Manchester, the MACH Alliance identifies Pimberly as one of the “UK’s fastest-growing tech scaleups.” It joins the MACH Alliance as a Startup ISV.


SheerID is a leader in identity marketing. Its platform allows merchants to develop personalized offers for customer communities like students, teachers, and healthcare professionals with a digital verification engine. The Portland-based company is the first identity verification SaaS solution to join the MACH Alliance as an ISV.

“We’re excited to partner with our fellow members of the MACH Alliance as brands transition away from legacy, monolithic commerce infrastructure to best-of-breed technology ecosystems that provide the agility to remain relevant as business strategies evolve and customer needs change,” said Jake Weatherly, CEO of SheerID. “Our API-first platform and open architecture is a natural fit with MACH. Our customers can look at our membership in the MACH Alliance as proof that SheerID will integrate seamlessly with their promotions and loyalty platforms, commerce platform, and more.”


Based in London, Xiatech joins the MACH Alliance as an ISV member. The company will provide organizations with its MACH-certified Xfuze Hyper-Integration Platform, connecting systems in real-time and unifying data into a single view to automatically deliver advanced insights and analytics in a single cloud-based solution.

“We are proud to join the MACH Alliance, working closely with members to promote the benefits and the adoption of composability around the world,” said Jonathan Summerfield, CEO of Xiatech. “Xiatech, an early pioneer of composability, has always embraced MACH principles in its Xfuze Hyper-Integration Platform, which enables organizations to rapidly increase revenue, reduce costs and enhance business agility through a future-proof, composable solution.”

About the MACH Alliance

The MACH Alliance is a non-profit organization, governed by an independent board 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 with the same vision for the future. Learn more about the Alliance and MACH certification at, and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.