If you received the following notice from Olo, you can disregard as these upcoming changes will not have any impact on Punchh's end.
"This September, Olo will require all brands and partners to be able to consume 64-bit Order IDs (19-digit integers) as part of their integration. To date, Olo has only sent 32-bit Order IDs (10-digit integers). Next month, we will be updating the Olo sandbox environment allowing brands to test these changes prior to launch. Testing will run from mid-July until the end of August. We urge everyone to thoroughly test these changes and share any unexpected behavior with your Olo representative. Be on the lookout for more specific information on timing and testing recommendations in the coming weeks.
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