Solving industry pain points for Leisure Travel Agencies
with payments

Growing competition and tightening margins mean today’s leisure agencies need to achieve even more, with less.

While payments may not be an obvious enabler, simplifying payment processing is a relatively quick and easy way to reduce risk and inject more cash into your business.

Not to mention the time savings. Who doesn’t want to spend less time on processing and reconciliation and more time with customers?

How do VANs work?

eNett VANs can be easily generated in a variety of ways. Use our payment portal, leverage our existing integrations with all major GDS and booking tools, or implement our Application Programming Interface (API) so that you never have to leave your existing workflow.

However you choose to generate VANs, be assured that your suppliers will be paid in accordance with your specific payment parameters and policies.

Safe and secure

Payment security is a key issue for travel agents, with 40% of the industry citing fraud and supplier default as their biggest concerns*.

Backed by the MasterCard guarantee and generating unique card numbers against defined booking and payment parameters, eNett VANs minimise the risk of fraud and maximise protection against supplier default.
Want to know how it’s done? Check out this quick video to see how you can make safer, more secure payments with eNett VANs.

*PhoCusWright Payments Unsettled Report 2013.

Don’t compromise. Compete with content

Although it’s often not the obvious choice, payments are a quick and simple way to reduce exposure to your increasingly complex supplier network.

In addition to the security benefits mentioned above, you’ll save up to 3% on international payments through a range of FX options+. So you can do business with more suppliers, anywhere in the world, with peace of mind.

eNett VANs also facilitate immediate payment, providing you with access to discounted, low cost and dynamic rates.

Pass on the savings to your customers, or use them to invest in other areas of your business.

+eNett analysis of bank fees and charges.