Atome is a highly popular payment solution in the ASEAN region that allows its shoppers to buy products and pay for them in three or more fixed installments at a frequency of one month. For its flexibility and convenience in paying for goods and services, Atome has partnered with some of the leading eCommerce retailers in the region to quickly offer Atome payment methods to their storefronts.
With Salesforce Commerce Cloud being one of the leading eCommerce platforms, Atome wanted to offer their SFCC merchants with a readymade and easy-to-deploy Salesforce cartridge for a quick checkout via the Atome payment gateway. This Atome Salesforce cartridge would enable the retailers and online store owners to offer Atome as a payment method, thus improving checkout efficiency and experiences. Moreover, the Atome team wanted to develop and release the Salesforce Commerce Cloud cartridge on LINK Marketplace so that SFCC retailers can seamlessly integrate Atome as a payment solution to improve their store’s checkout experiences.
Our primary goal was to develop a Salesforce Commerce Cloud cartridge for Atome to be offered as a payment method to shoppers during checkout by SFCC merchants. This Atome Salesforce cartridge would include features to create new payments, get payment information, cancel order, and refund order. The ‘payment breakdown’ would be displayed on the product, cart, and checkout pages. Moreover, the cartridge was to be made available to Salesforce Commerce Cloud retailers in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Hong Kong regions. Subsequently, when the cartridge was implemented to the SFCC storefronts, customers in these regions would be able to utilize this BNPL payment solution and flexibly buy products/services.
The Atome team wanted to implement the Atome API of cancel and refund transactions in the Atome SFRA cartridge. Our team developed this custom functionality for Atome. Moreover, we also upgraded the SFCC SFRA plugin to support multiple languages like Thai, Bahasa, Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Korean depending on the language a shopper selected on the SFCC storefront.