ABC Corporate Services Partners with eCommission Solutions

ABC Corporate Services announced a preferred partnership with eCommission Solutions (ECS) to provide a fully integrated commission recovery and reporting program to its travel agency and CTD customers worldwide. The system, available to ABC subscribers at a discounted fee includes commission file consolidation, segment capture, reconciliation, tracking, 3x dunning, recovery and reporting. Available via a small application on a single customer PC, the ECS system supports all non-ARC transactions, including hotel, car, cruise, tour, limo, international phone rental, and travel insurance.

“We are very excited about this new partnership,” notes Vicki Vilardi, director, global sales, ECS. “ABC is a long-term, industry player with a strong distribution network of experienced travel organizations and companies throughout the world. And, in today’s business environment to leave any revenue untapped is not an option, so we look forward to assisting ABC’s customers in helping them secure the commissions they’ve earned,” Vilardi adds. “ECS’ program reduces and contains operational expenses while identifying and recovering a tangible increase in commission revenues,” adds Paul Hoffman, CEO/president ECS.

“ECS has a comprehensive approach for the recovery and reconciliation of non-ARC commissions,” says Beverlee Patterson, president & COO, ABC Corporate Services. “Their tools support efficiency and cost-effectiveness, and are appropriate for any size organization that does not want to leave travel dollars (or Euros, Pound Sterling, etc.) on the table;” she adds.

ABC Corporate Services is a leading provider of services to the global travel agency and corporate communities.


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