Corporate Traveller Corporate Traveller has celebrated its 25th anniversary by unveiling new look branding and a reshaping of its offering to two platforms, GO and ULTIMATE.The company has retooled its technology suite for increased customisation and also launched CT GO, a self-service online booking tool that enables customers to register and start booking with Corporate Traveller in 30 minutes. GO offers simpler plug and play solutions for businesses that have low complexity travel. ULTIMATE options offer greater customisation and increased efficiency to more intricate business travel programs.Corporate Traveller General Manager Jess Anscombe said the variety of customer requirements, particularly in the SME sector, necessitated more choice in the adaptability and scale of technology solutions.“Some customers need options where they can register, log in and start using straight away. Others need to implement stricter policy requirements such as cost centre allocation or fulfil negotiated deals with airlines or hotels.“GO and ULTIMATE are designed to meet those requirements by letting the customer select their ideal level of technology implementation. They can mix and match between and within the two platforms and upgrade as they grow.”Corporate Traveller originally launched as Flight Centre Travel Group’s first venture outside the leisure sector and is now the preferred travel partner of more than 6,500 companies in Australia.“The role of a travel management company has changed dramatically in 25 years. It’s no longer about simply getting a customer from A to B,” Anscombe said.“Our goal was to create technology that boosted the efficiency of all the individuals involved in any single business trip. That includes travellers, anyone making bookings and senior management.“We even engineered technology solutions for company finance teams to help boost their productivity when reconciling travel expenses.”Corporate Traveller’s new branding and technology suite is currently being rolled out globally.