Onyx CenterSource Unveils Latest Integration for Travel Agency Affiliates of Booking.com

USA, Dallas, Texas. July 18, 2022

Onyx CenterSource, a leading global provider of B2B payments and business intelligence to the hospitality industry, today announced the launch of its latest payment platform integration for Booking.com's affiliate travel agencies.

The integration is customized for Sabre-connected travel agencies, enabling them to directly connect into Booking.com and streamline revenue share payment processing for completed bookings sent through the platform.

"Onyx has a long-standing commitment to ensuring that our offerings provide significant value to our clients," said Tony Wagner, Onyx chief commercial officer. "As payments become more global and complex, our innovative approach to payment technology will enable our partners to scale."

In addition to easing the payment process, the integration provides additional benefits for affiliate agencies of Booking.com. Sabre-connected travel agencies now can receive payments in their local currencies and dive into robust payment and partner performance metrics. They also have access to a dedicated client support team to resolve inquiries.

"The world of payments is always evolving, so giving our affiliates the tools and data that they need to be strategic is key," said Jeremy Cornuau, Booking.com director of global distribution partnerships. "Our partnership with Onyx capitalizes on both of our strengths, and that ultimately is a win for our agency partners."


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