New Travelport/Net Trans Deal Can Boost Commissions 40 Percent

Late hotel commissions? If so, take heart! Travelport, operator of the Galileo and Worldspan platforms, announced a partnership with Net Trans to provide hotel commission recovery for its agency customers around the world. The agreement will provide Travelport agents with fully automated commission reporting and collection processing, increasing their commission income while lowering operating costs.

“Net Trans hotel commission service offers up to 40 percent increased commission for the average travel agent and is a complete outsourcing of the challenging area of hotel commission,” said Chris Zando, head of global partnerships and alliances, Travelport GDS. “We’re pleased to offer a solution that helps our agents save and make money, delivering improvement in revenue retention, cost reduction and improved business processes.”

The Net Trans solution gives agents full transparency of their data so they know exactly how much commission has been paid and how much is still owed. Net Trans also chases the unpaid commission wherever in the world the hotel booking is done.

All commission collection and reporting will be based on the data going through the Galileo and Worldspan systems, with reports provided to agents each month. Net Trans handles all hotel bookings for every property and every brand throughout the world. It is a complete outsourcing service where Net Trans takes care of all the aspects of hotel commission collection.

“For time-strapped agents, a highly effective means of bringing in incremental revenue that requires almost no work on their part is a total win,” said Martin F. Jørgensen, CEO, Net Trans.


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