Contentstack and Sputnik Digital join forces to accelerate Axelos’s digital transformation

Contentstack and Sputnik Digital, a digital engineering agency have joined forces to serve best practice certification leaders Axelos. Axelos will use Contentstack to power as part of a programme to of digital transformation. As part of the project, Sputnik has joined the Contentstack Catalysts partner program.

“Content and digital experiences for professional audiences need to be of the highest calibre," said Matthew Baier, Chief Operating Officer Contentstack. “When that audience is as keenly attuned to issues around best practice and IT service delivery as Axelos users, it sets a very high bar indeed. To ensure the quality of the content, headless architecture means updates and changes are fast, consistent, universal and auditable – and this is what we deliver.”

“As leaders in best practice, Axelos knows the value of online toolkits for critical processes such as quality assurance,” said Andy Nicol, managing director, Sputnik Digital. “We are excited to expand the capabilities for Axelos and its consultants, delivering not just better software but also innovative new functionality.”

As part of this project, Sputnik has joined the Contentstack Catalysts partner program. This is an ecosystem of industry-leading technology and service providers that accelerate digital experience innovation. Catalysts advance the use of a microservices-based, API-first, cloud-native SaaS, headless (MACH) architecture, bringing award-winning technology, best practices, and a proven methodology for delivering exceptional digital omnichannel engagement. Matching this technical innovation, Contentstack recently expanded its Care Without Compromise™ program to Catalysts in order to provide joint customers the highest level of post-purchase support, creating the first cross-vendor support programme in the industry.

“We chose to become a Contentstack Catalyst because we seek to offer security, scalability, reliability and optimisation, so the MACH architecture is a natural choice. We build in best practice from the ground up and headless architecture ensures we can offer these points from the very beginning.” said Andy Nichols, managing director, Sputnik Digital. “We have already begun developing a series of joint customer initiatives throughout the Northern region as we embrace the opportunity to re-platform leading businesses in a variety of industries including insurance and financial services.”

Peter Fogelsanger, Global Head of Partnerships, Contentstack said: “As a Catalyst, Sputnik Digital can continue to exploit the myriad benefits of the headless approach. In partnership with us and our other Catalysts, we look forward to announcing more disruptive, innovative deals throughout the Catalysts ecosystem.”

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