Pay.On, a provider of payment infrastructure services, has added the processing of passenger flight data (airline addendum data) to its web-based payment outsourcing platform PaySourcing. PaySourcing enables all e-market companies to become a full-fledged payment service provider (PSP) without any set-up expenses or follow-up investments, including a direct access to the global payment network. This integration of the airline addendum data process opens clients a direct gate to the entire airline industry in a resource-saving way.
The white-labelled outsourcing platform is now capable to address all requirements of processing airline e-commerce data worldwide. Due to the airline addendum data integration, Pay.On clients are now in a position to enter the entire airline sector with around 900 airlines and an industry turnover of around US$600bn. This way, technical market entry barriers are reduced to the minimum. The cloud-based solution does not require the usual infrastructure investments. And clients generate a significant time-to-market advantage, because the application programming interface (API) connection which links the clients to the global payment network partners is available after an average of only 48 hours.
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