THE flurry of announcements from eNett International has continued with Tramada the latest company to announce an alliance with the Australian technology provider.
eNett has moved quickly to capitalise on the push for travel agent service fees in Australia and announced a series of distribution agreements over the past two weeks for its Travel Service Fee (TSF) product.
These include arrangements with Galielo and now Tramada, which supplies travel management software to the retail travel industry.
eNett claims TSF enables travel agents to easily move to a service fee business model from July 1 when Qantas cuts domestic airline commissions from 5% to 1%.
CEO Anthony Hynes says: “TSF is a very simple product which can be fully integrated for ‘booking-to-back-office’ processing and reconciliation, interacting seamlessly with existing agent systems.
“It can also be set up to offer batch processing or operated as a standalone desktop solution to make the process easier and more cost-effective.”
The company also markets the eNett payment and accounts management system.
Partners include Qantas Holidays, Calypso, Sunlover Holidays, The Travel Corporation, P&O Cruises, Scenic Tours, Globus & Cosmos, the AOT Group and Australian Pacific Touring.
Also on board is MasterCard International for credit card connectivity, and ANZ Banking Group.