Sunny Lu, the CEO of VeChain (VET), the leading enterprise blockchain platform, has pointed out that DNV and PWC’s customers that are interested in using blockchain will first consider VeChain due to the level of business relationship that the blockchain platform has with DNV and PWC.
Sunny Lu said this in a recent interview on YouTube with Thinking Crypto. In the course of the conversation that lasted for about an hour, Lu quantified the status of VeChain’s bond with DNV and PWC, stating that VeChain will be part of anything related to blockchain that involves the two big companies.
Sunny Lu noted:
“Vechain is an “exclusive” partner for DNV and PWC, so if any customer from them want to use blockchain, we will be a part of that”
According to Thinking Crypto, things that were discussed during the interview include “VeChain’s History, Adoption & Partnerships – VET, VeThor, US Exchange listings – Proof of Authority 2.0 – Salesforce partnership – Ripple XRP, Bitcoin.”
Salesforce Chooses VeChain as the Blockchain of Choice
VeChain has been mustering efforts over the years to win the trust of many big businesses across the world and this is already playing out as planned.
According to an announcement via the official Twitter handle of VeChain Foundation on 8th April 2021, Salesforce has officially chosen VeChain as the blockchain.
VeChain Foundation tweeted, “We’re pleased to have worked with Daniel Nortje, Director of Strategy & Architecture at Salesforce. Daniel has chosen VeChain as the blockchain of choice in a sample enterprise adoption case & successfully connected VeChain ToolChain with Salesforce!”
In a blog post captioned in the official announcement, Daniel Nortje, Director of Strategy & Architecture at Salesforce, is quoted as saying:
“Key benefit of working with VeChain was the simplicity of integration. VeChain provides a Blockchain-as-a-Service platform, which meant I did not have to provide any intermediary architecture myself. From what I’ve seen this is unique to the VeChainThor public blockchain and I thought it was a very good idea, especially for organisations who don’t necessarily want to invest in more systems to maintain.”