Shiji Group Selects Onyx CenterSource as Commission Payment Processing Partner for Shiji Distribution Solutions

USA, Dallas, Texas. January 21, 2020

Onyx CenterSource, a US-based global provider of B2B payments and business intelligence solutions to the hospitality industry, announced today it has been selected by Shiji Group to process commission payments for Shiji Distribution Solutions, its online hotel distribution business. Shiji Group is a global provider of secure and scalable technology stacks for the hospitality, food service, retail and entertainment industries.

As part of their initial agreement, Shiji Distribution Solutions will implement Onyx CenterSource's CommPay data collection and funding system in a number of portfolio properties across multiple regions during 2020, with plans to grow to over 1,000 properties in the next three years.

"As Shiji continues to expand globally, we are always on the lookout for innovative ways to provide value to our clients," said Greg Berman, COO of Shiji Distribution Solutions. "CommPay will greatly streamline the commission process for our clients, allowing them to focus on driving revenue rather than managing commission payments. Onyx CenterSource is a leader in the hospitality industry and is an ideal partner to handle the international commission volume and complexity that comes with a business of our size and scope."

Onyx CenterSource CEO Mark Dubrow said, "Shiji Distribution Solutions, a leader in hospitality for global distribution, channel management and connectivity, will be a key client and strategic partner as we broaden our global footprint to serve more of the China and APAC hospitality markets."

To learn more about commission processing through Onyx CenterSource, visit https://www.OnyxCenterSource.com/Hotels/Commissions-Processing.

To learn more about Shiji Group, visit https://www.ShijiGroup.com.


Tags: #fintech, #commissions, #agents, #APAC

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