Amplience, which develops a platform for next-generation commerce experiences for B2C and B2B clients, recently revealed that it had raised $100 million in series D funding.
Amplience’s cloud-based platform, according to the company, is based on a MACH architecture, developer-powered, business-enabled, and acts as a multiplier for speed, agility, and scalability when creating digital experiences.
The platform architecture is a product of the collaborative MACH Alliance, which supports an open and best-of-breed enterprise IT environment. The acronym MACH stands for ecosystem technology that is based on headless, cloud-native, software-as-a-service (SaaS), API-first, microservices, and APIs.
It makes use of discrete business functionality that has been created, implemented, and managed independently. The componentry is largely open source.
What The MACH Ecosystem Is All About
According to MACH subscribers, business software suites are no longer the ideal option for running e-commerce applications. They argue that in contrast to traditional proprietary systems, which are out of step with the demands of workloads in 2022, the MACH ecosystem is quick-thinking, adaptable, and constantly up to date.
According to James Brooke, founder, and CEO of Amplience, “there is a widening performance gap between digital leaders that have extensively invested to construct their own customer-centric commerce experience infrastructure, and organizations still depending on traditional content management and e-commerce systems.”
Through the use of best-in-class MACH and composable features, Amplience assists its customers in bridging this gap and accelerating the development of a modern commerce experience without compromising developer productivity or business usefulness.
According to Gartner Peer Insights, Amplience, a 2008 company, competes in the market for e-commerce platforms alongside firms including Adobe Systems, Contentstack, Bloomreach, Contentful, and Progress Sitefinity.
Professionals who reviewed the platform gave it a rating of four out of five stars.
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According to Brooke, Amplience is used by more than 400 of the biggest brands in the world, including Crate & Barrel, Traeger Grills, Ulta Beauty, Coach, GAP, Currys, and Very Group. Amplience employs 200 people throughout the world and has raised $180 million from investors according to preimesbergerventurebeat.
A recent round of series D funding for Amplience included an equity investment from the European growth equity investor Farview Equity Partners and growth finance from the international investment firm Sixth Street. Octopus Ventures, an existing investor, also contributed.
Information On Farview Equity Partners
Farview Equity Partners is a private equity company with headquarters in London, United Kingdom. It was established in 2019. The company prefers to invest in minority and majority positions in European-based SaaS, business & information services, and fintech businesses.
Sixth Street, originally TSSP, is a global investment firm with assets under control of $60 billion. For its growth investing, adjacencies, direct lending, basic public strategies, infrastructure, uncommon situations, agriculture, and par liquid credit businesses, the corporation runs nine investment platforms.
Sixth Street finances infrastructure projects, buys real estate, invests in the stock and debt of public and private firms, and gives start-up money to new businesses.
Financial media have made mention of Sixth Street for the unique design of its largest fund, which is open-ended and capable of holding longer-term investments.
Next-gen commerce experience platform.
Farview Equity Partners.