Ingenico's TravelHub opens new payments routes

TravelHub offers a direct connection to global payment capabilities, as well as integration with the hotels’ property-management systems. Photo credit: Ingenico

Ingenico Group introduced TravelHub, a solution built to connect travel companies with Ingenico’s global end-to-end payment-processing capabilities and regional gateways across Asia, Latin America and Europe.
 
TravelHub allows travel companies to access more than 150 payment methods—including credit cards and alternative payment solutions—and currency options relevant for their customers. It offers smart transaction routing capabilities across all payment platforms, improving conversion rates and, as a result, increasing revenue from online travel sales.
 
TravelHub offers a direct connection to global payment capabilities, as well as integration with the hotels’ property-management systems. This helps travel businesses tackle the complexity of managing multiple systems, payment service providers and acquirers.
 
Kevin Weber, chief projects officer/chief information officer at Viva Air, who has been using TravelHub already, said: “Ingenico’s TravelHub helped us to increase authorization rates and revenue significantly, and supported our expansion to new countries.”
  
“Online travel businesses are looking to navigate the complex technology ecosystem while growing quickly in a very competitive space,” Eric Liebman, global head of travel at Ingenico ePayments, said in a statement. “TravelHub helps travel companies provide the best digital customer experience, offering payment methods and currencies travelers want to pay with.”

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