Friday, September 14, 2012
Author: Jason Tremblay | Topics: Timeshare Exchange, timeshare news
Francis Taylor, CEO of Dial An Exchange timeshare exchange (DAE),has been named to the Australian Timeshare and Holiday Ownership Council Hall of Fame (ATHOC).The honor was announced this week during the Australian timeshare industry’s ATHOC conference in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
Dial An Exchange is recognized worldwide as one of the largest independent timeshare exchange and timeshare services organizations. Founded in 1997 by Francis Taylor and his business partner at the time, Marc Chouinard, Dial An Exchange timeshare exchange has always focused on delivering excellence in customer service to their resort and timeshare owner clients.
Dial An Exchange Timeshare Exchange
Ramy Filo, Dial An Exchange timeshare exchange Chairman of the Board, says, “Developing genuine relationships with resorts and doing everything possible to ensure member exchanges were the founding principles upon which Taylor modeled our business. When combined with DAE’s unique model of zero membership fees and low transaction fees, a new level of value was introduced to consumers desiring to use their timeshare for an international exchange. In just 15 years, the result has been an amazing ‘David vs. Goliath’ scenario with DAE achieving unimagined success in competition with the top two formidable multi-national companies, which had amassed almost total ownership of the timeshare exchange market-place globally. Today, Francis is recognized as one of the industry’s pioneers in successfully transporting the timeshare exchange model online, enabling exchanges to be booked and confirmed in real time. Many initiatives he first conceived and developed for DAE have now become industry standards.”
Dial An Exchange timeshare exchange has some 400,000 members and offices in the US, the UK, New Zealand, Thailand, China, India, South Africa and Italy.