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Awesome travel supplier payments

Making payments to suppliers doesn’t have to be laborious. VANs integrate into your existing workflows, to make the process faster and easier.

Through automated reconciliation, VANs generate significant efficiency gains, saving you time and money. In addition to earning a rebate on every transaction*, you can save up to 3% on international payments through a range of FX options.
eNett can support travel businesses in more than 70 countries and generate VANs in over 40 currencies. Ready to get started? We can get you up and running within days.

*VANs terms and conditions apply

What are VANs?

A Virtual Account Number, or VAN, is an automatically generated 16-digit Mastercard number for fast, easy, safe travel supplier payments.

A unique number is used for each new booking or payment transaction. Making VANs a secure way to pay or be paid. VANs allow payments and bookings from the same workflow, seamlessly integrated into all booking platforms. And they’re accepted anywhere Mastercard is accepted online.

What's the advantage?

Fast, easy and safe payment services. Access to more travel content. eNett VANs provide better travel payment solutions so you can serve your customers. Better.

For travel suppliers, VANs give immediate, guaranteed payments. All while offering access to a wider agency network, worldwide.

Pay airline, hotel, car rental and other suppliers within your existing booking flows. Your payments process is faster and lower cost with VANs. And, backed by the Mastercard guarantee including sophisticated chargeback capabilities, VANs protect against fraud and supplier default offering you safe payment services.

Guaranteed payments for travel suppliers. Fast.

You know how much payment delays cost your business. With eNett VANs, you’re paid instantly. And it’s guaranteed.

Immediate payment allows travel companies to take up your dynamic and net rate offers. And because we get agents up and running in days, you access a wider network of agencies across the globe. Better still, you don’t have to change any existing process. VANs are processed exactly like a normal card payment. The only difference is there’s less chance of card fraud. Safer all round.

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eNett. B2B payment game changers.

We simplify the complexities of business-to-business payments. Combining decades of payment expertise with in-depth travel industry knowledge, we develop innovative, accessible and secure online B2B payment solutions that reduce risk and drive more travel content. Fast, easy and safe business payment solutions mean you spend less time on payments. And more time with customers. Driving revenue, and better business performance.


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20 Nov 2017
eNett exceeds its fundraising target for Mellon Educate’s ‘Building Blitz’
eNett International, a leading provider of dedicated B2B payment solutions, has smashed its fundraising target for Mellon Educate’s ‘Building Blitz’ in South Africa. The fundraising is part of the company’s “Repay the eNett Way” CSR initiative which this year will focus on renovating schools in Cape Town, South Africa. With poor infrastructure being one of the biggest barriers to education in South Africa, eNett has partnered with African development charity Mellon Educate, to take part in its annual ‘Building Blitz’. In addition to the donation, nine of eNett employees have flown to Cape Town to help build new classrooms, science labs, sheltered social areas and kitchens which will benefit over 3,600 pupils in the underprivileged township of Khayelitsha. Since 2003, over 22,000 people have taken part in Building Blitzes, where volunteers from across the world come together for a week to a build school in South Africa’s townships. Anthony Hynes, MD and CEO of eNett International, said: “I’m immensely proud of my team for their hard work in raising money for a fantastic cause. The Building Blitz is an ambitious project and I wish our nine employees in Cape Town the best of luck and thank them for volunteering to get their hands dirty. We saw real benefits delivered to the Cambodian community helped during our first CSR initiative last year, and will make a lasting difference to the school children of Khayelitsha township this year.” South Africa was chosen as eNett’s next beneficiary of its annual CSR programme ‘Repay the eNett Way’. The programme looks to give something back by improving the education and career opportunities for underprivileged communities in high tourism growth countries. This follows eNett’s work last year in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, which saw eight employees travel the country to undertake renovations in the community. The fundraising also helped support the education of two young adults who wanted to pursue careers in travel. To find out more about ‘Repay the eNett Way’, click here. ENDS

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Latest Blog Post

12 Dec 2017
A Year in Review for Travel
2017 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year for the travel industry. Between January and August, destinations worldwide welcomed an incredible 901 million international tourist arrivals. That’s a 7% increase on 2016 and well above the growth of previous years. This strong performance might come as a surprise to many given the challenges the sector has had to navigate. From Brexit uncertainty, civil unrest and a new US president, it has been far from plain sailing. And there have been inevitable winners and losers. However, the overall growth is a testament to the industry’s ability to respond. Here’s a recap of some of the highs and lows over the past year, and ways travel companies can continue the growth trajectory in 2018: Asia and the Middle East dominated fast-growth destinations: International travel has continued to increase at pace, with consumers looking for more exotic and culturally rich destinations. Mastercard’s 2017 Destination Cities Index indicated that Asia and Middle East destinations were the ones to watch, with Osaka, Chengdu, Colombo and Abu Dhabi featuring high on the list of fast-growth destinations over the past 12 months. This trend shows no signs of abating, bringing with it exciting growth opportunities for travel companies to do business in new markets. However, companies should be taking the simple step to re-examine cross-border payment strategies to satisfy customer demand while keeping the costs of international transactions low. As well as expanding payment options to match preferences in new international markets. Airline collapses delivered a warning over supplier default: The collapses of Monarch and Air Berlin were distressing for thousands of travellers and employees. The move into administration from Monarch alone was expected to impact 860,000 people who lost bookings, 110,000 holiday makers overseas and of course its 2,100 employees. But the impact extends far beyond holidaymakers and employees, with supplier default having a knock-on effect on many other individuals and businesses. Our own analysis shows 28 airlines ceased trading in 2017 alone. Travel companies must learn from this and look to digital payment methods to protect themselves and their customers from supplier default. Currency volatility dominated: From Brexit fallout to an unexpected win for President Donald Trump, major political and economic events across the world have seen currencies fluctuate dramatically. This volatility has become the new normal, making it increasingly difficult for travel companies to predict the final cost of a holiday months in advance. They are already operating at tight margins and a sharp drop in the value of currencies could represent huge losses when it comes to settlement. Some companies pass this on to customers which ultimately doesn’t benefit anyone. This highlighted the need for companies to protect themselves from future currency fluctuations through how they pay, such as locking in FX rates at the time of booking. Brexit uncertainty continued: Despite being nearly 18 months on from the UK’s vote to leave the EU, we are still a long way from really knowing exactly how the travel industry will be impacted. The recent news that airlines are drawing up plans to alert passengers that advance bookings cannot be guaranteed after Brexit highlights the level of uncertainty that has prevailed in 2017, and demonstrates how travel companies have been using this time to prepare for all eventualities. The travel industry has done well to continue to grow against a backdrop of complex economic and political factors. I have no doubt 2018 will also bring its fair share of challenges, but the lessons learnt from this year will give travel companies the tools they need to they to minimise the impact of global events, while maximising the opportunities of growing international markets present. For more comment and insight take a look at our other blogs.

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