PXP Partners with Travelpack to Enable End-to-End Payments Processing

PXP Partners with Travelpack to Enable End-to-End Payments Processing
25.09.2019 10:06 am

PXP Partners with Travelpack to Enable End-to-End Payments Processing

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PXP Financial, the global experts in acquiring solutions, has teamed up with Travelpack Marketing and Leisure, providing the package holiday experts with frictionless payment services.

One of the UKs largest independent travel companies, Travelpack has been supplying flights and package holidays for over 30 years. Teaming up with PXP Financial as its acquiring bank and utilising its gateway services, Travelpack now benefits from a fully unified payments platform.

As such, Travelpack will operate across all channels for its payment needs, including point of sale (POS), E-commerce, and MOTO, as well as all major credit card schemes.

PXP Financial first caught the eye of Travelpack having demonstrated its expert management of chargebacks, providing a better acquiring solutions and superior settlement terms, and offering acceptance of alternative payment methods. This was pertinent for Travelpack as it embarks upon a global expansion, and is now able to use a single unified platform across its payment solutions.

Ashok Patel, Managing Director at Travelpack, said: “We at Travelpack have prided ourselves on providing our customers a comprehensive, end-to-end package when it comes to their holidays, and we needed the same for our payments solution.

“PXP Financial took a consultative, flexible approach to working with us, and we are excited to  work with the team as we grow our brand and roll out this level of payments processing across our business.”

Sumit Arora, CCO of PXP Financial, commented: “Travelpack is one of the biggest independent travel companies in the UK, and is on the verge of a significant period of growth. It’s important therefore that it stay ahead of the curve, and by offering a comprehensive package of payment options that includes alternative payments, Travelpack can do just that.”

 

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