Object Edge joins the MACH Alliance hackathon, the MACHathon with a fast, single button checkout experience for customers. This solution integrates NextJS, Netlify, Google Sheets, Stripe Checkout, and Nodemailer.
For Oracle ATG or OCC users, these resources can help guide your decision-making and investment. This guide covers questions to ask when considering an Oracle solution, plus migration, BOPIS, compliance, and digital experience insights.
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