Global expenses app, ExpenseOnDemand, is offering a world first by incorporating Bitcoin as a currency for businesses when managing expenses. The cryptocurrency will now be an option for employees when using the market leading app and brings Bitcoin one step closer to being a standard currency in the business world.
Since the start of the pandemic the global expenses app has been updated to make it easier for the new working normal as offices stay closed, employees work from home and businesses are turning to technology for simpler and automated solutions. ExpenseOnDemand integrates and transfers data between Xero/Sage and QuickBooks and the addition of the cryptocurrency ensures the app remains a market leading solution for businesses globally and that it continues to work seamlessly with remote working employees in multiple locations.
The leading expenses app is also offering UK charities 12 months free access to their market leading online solution for managing employee expenses and helping organisations automate their expenses process. The expenses app is offering the service to help charities reduce costs and time, as many charities have struggled through the pandemic with so many traditional fundraising events cancelled or delayed.
The ExpenseOnDemand app will also allow charity employees to simply and remotely upload and claim business expenses from any mobile device, helping the not-for-profits to automate their expenses process as all their staff work remotely.
Sunil Nigam, Founder at ExpenseOnDemand, commented, “The addition of Bitcoin as a currency option on our app shows how important it is for the team at ExpenseOnDemand to ensure our technology is continually adapting to the market and remains the most up to date and relevant for businesses globally.
The last 12 months have been tough for charities as many businesses have cut back on charitable donations and activities and key fundraising events have had to be cancelled. The team at ExpenseOnDemand wanted to be able to offer some support to charities across the UK by giving them completely free access to our systems.”