We have third party integrations in our orgs. So , need to know the impact of the same.
It depends on the integrations. 3DES is only one of several cipher suites that are used. During the TLS handshake, the client and server choose the most secure cipher that they have in common and use that. If 3DES is the only supported cipher, then connections will fail. Otherwise, there won't be any effect, as the connection will simply choose another available cipher. The large majority of TLS-enabled software won't be affected, but if the server was specifically configured to not support AES, then it may fail. I would imagine that most servers running today should already support it without any additional configuration, but this should be reviewed carefully by the IT department as soon as practical.