17 Aug

eNett to honour existing Moneydirect fee structure

first_imgRival of the closing payment platform Moneydirect, eNett International, has advised Moneydirect’s current customers (who are not already using eNett) that it will honour Moneydirect’s existing fee structure for the first 12 months.Amadeus’ and Sabre’s closing of Moneydirect and their subsequent recommendation to their Australia and New Zealand customers of their rival to is expected to bring a substantial list of new customers to eNett.Dubbed a “strategic relationship” by eNett International, both Moneydirect and eNett will be working together to ensure a smooth transition between the companies, expected to be completed by 30 September 2011. According to eNett International chief executive Anthony Hynes, both companies will be contacting customers over the next few weeks.“With a substantial client base in Australia and New Zealand already, eNett has the capability and market expertise to seamlessly transition Moneydirect’s customers to its state-of-the-art payments platform,” Mr Hynes said.eNett International offers credit card processing, electronic funds transfer processing and the recently launched vNett virtual card solution for supplier payments.Moneydirect customers have been directed to subscribe to eNett’s offerings by visiting www.enett.com (click on ‘Register an account here’) or by emailing the eNett International Client Support Centre at [email protected] for more information.Meanwhile, Tramada Systems yesterday announced “mature integrations” with the eNett payment system to ensure “Tramada clients will be able to move seamlessly to the eNett solution for their supplier payments without significant change management issues”.  Stay tuned to e-Travel Blackboard to find out how the closing of Moneydirect will likely impact your business. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G.Alast_img read more