London-based hotel Malmaison has announced their contract renewal with Onyx Payments with the addition of Hotel du Vin for global hotel commission processing services.
Onyx Payments, a processor of commissions and payment solutions provider for the hospitality and tourism industry, will ensure the hotels’ commissionable agency reservations and payments are made efficiently, effectively and on time.
“By renewing with Onyx Payments, who works with more than 60,000 agencies worldwide, we are able to deliver fast and reliable commission payments to agents who book our boutique hotels,” said Sean Philby, director of sales for Malmaison and Hotel du Vin. “Partnering with Onyx Payments is a clear indication of our commitment to agents across the globe. We value the business they provide and want to ensure transacting with our hotels is a seamless and hassle-free experience where agencies are paid proactively and on time.”
“We’re thrilled to continue partnership with Malmaison and Hotel du Vin in 2014,” said Monica French, senior vice president of business development for Onyx Payments. “As the most established and streamlined commission-processing service available, Onyx Payments makes a difference in a competitive market where it is vital that agents are paid regularly and on time.”
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