eNett International, the travel payment solutions company formed by Travelport and PSP International, has entered into a strategic relationship with Moneydirect, an Amadeus and Sabre joint venture.
Moneydirect, which is closing its global operations, is now recommending the eNett payments platform to its Australian and New Zealand customers, and the two companies are working together to facilitate a seamless transition which is expected to be completed by 30 September 2011.
eNett International’s Managing Director & CEO, Anthony Hynes said his company was pleased to be working with Moneydirect.
“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,” Hynes said.
eNett International’s payment solutions include credit card processing, electronic funds transfer processing and the recently launched vNett virtual card solution for supplier payments.
Moneydirect customers can register to subscribe to the eNett payments platform by visiting www.enett.com or by emailing the eNett International Client Support Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.
eNett International has agreed to honour for the first 12 months the existing fee structure currently used by Moneydirect customers who are not already using eNett International’s payments platform and the two companies will be jointly contacting customers over the coming weeks.