Have you ever knocked your house down and rebuilt it because you didn't like the tiles in your bathroom? Me neither. But this is the kind of scorched earth approach that is making the journey to composable commerce difficult for some companies. Even if you hate your bathroom tiles and love using a sledgehammer there will be nice rooms in your house and, just like your existing technology estate, these have a lot of value which should not be disregarded.
I may be labouring the point, but what I’m trying to say is that a truly effective MACH strategy will deliver the value from innovative new MACH services, and also unlock value sequestered in your existing tech. Moving to MACH doesn’t have to be all or nothing but where do you start? Let me introduce the very low-tech concept of the ‘Nay’ and the ‘Yea’ lists.