- Chief Commercial Officer for Onxy CenterSource
- Don Kelly is the successful candidate
We are pleased to announce that we've completed the executive search with the hiring of Don Kelly as the CCO at Onxy CenterSource, the global leader in hotel commission payment and recovery services.
In this role as CCO, Kelly will be responsible for overseeing the company’s go-to-market strategy, identifying growth opportunities and ensuring the integrated commercial success of the organization. Prior to joining Onyx CenterSource, Kelly was a senior vice president, hospitality cloud, for Cvent in McLean, Virginia. From 2010 to 2015, he was senior vice president, global commercial operations and performance management, for Hilton Worldwide in McLean. He was senior vice president, chief marketing and sales officer for Sofitel Hotels & Resorts in Paris from 2005 to 2010, and senior vice president of sales and revenue management for AccorHotels in Paris from 2001 to 2004.THE CLIENT:
Onyx CenterSource is the world’s leading provider of commission payment processing and recovery services for hotels and travel distributors. The company strives to build long-lasting relationships with its partners and is passionate about providing quality customer service, consultative insight and cost-effective solutions. With a legacy dating to 1992, the company facilitates in excess of $1.2 billion in payments annually, partnering with more than 60,000 hotel properties and 200,000 travel booking providers in 160 countries. In addition to its headquarters in Dallas, Onyx CenterSource has regional hubs in Seville, Spain; Tønsberg, Norway; and Manila, Philippines.
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