commercetools has unveiled "commercetools for Growth", a MACH-based commerce starter park.
The company claims that the starter pack "takes all the guesswork of building a tech stack out by providing pre-bundled kits of the best MACH services tailored to specific industries. Now, businesses can get their MACH-based commerce system up in weeks, not months, and with no tech lock-in."
In other news, headless commerce frontend vendor Pack raised a $3M seed round, Magnolia DXP achieved SAP certification, and our Founder Kaya Ismail moderated a panel discussing the future of web content.
"Every growing merchant or brand that wants to compete with larger retailers needs to go headless to offer the best and fastest experiences. But not every merchant or brand has the time, the resources and the developer power to start a MACH-project from scratch. That’s where commercetools for Growth comes in."
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Things that caught our eye
- Magnolia DXP achieves SAP certification: Big news for Magnolia, but the second headline here is Magnolia's shift from "Magnolia CMS" to "Magnolia Digital Experience Platform".
- [Video] Kaya Ismail moderates at StrapiConf22: Watch the panel discuss modern web content management.
- Shopify launches LinkPop: Move over Linktree? 😬
- Fast partners with Honest Company: One-click checkouts for all Honest customers.
The word on the street
- [LinkedIn] G2 names Strapi as a leader in 5 categories: From headless CMS to WebOps platform.
- [Twitter] "I'm so glad I didn't fall for that jAmStAcK hype": A web developer's tweet has ignited a Jamstack Twitter debate.
- [Reddit] "Looking for an open-source, self-hosted headless CMS": Webiny, Directus, and Payload are all part of the conversation, so far.
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