SAP) to enable Shiba Inu (SHIB) payroll payments
SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) employees will soon be able to accept salaries in crypto.
Germany-based enterprise application software company SAP SE has partnered with BitPay to offer Shiba Inu (SHIB) payroll payments.
BitPay recently announced that it has been selected by NYSE-listed enterprise applications software company SAP SE as a future working partner to enable crypto payroll payments. This integration would allow SAP to offer payroll payments in 15 cryptocurrencies, including Shiba Inu, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and others.
BitPay is proud to have been selected by @SAP_iO as a partner of the future of work to enable encrypted payroll payments. BitPay also signed a co-innovation agreement with SAP earlier in 2022. https://t.co/gJobChmHLJ#cryptopayouts #cryptopayroll #cryptopayrollpayments pic.twitter.com/piF7VouL9u
—BitPay (@BitPay) October 17, 2022
The move follows growing demand to use digital assets to purchase goods and services in 2022. retailers plan to accept cryptocurrency payments within the next two years.
With the integration of Bitpay, SAP SE employees will be able to receive part of their salary in crypto.
Founded in 1972, SAP is a market leader in enterprise application software and one of the largest providers of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. The company offers an end-to-end application suite packed with smart technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics, to businesses of all sizes, helping them deliver deep business insights to stay ahead of their competitors. SAP offers more than 100 solutions covering all business functions to its 230 million cloud users.
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