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 August 14, 2014
Corporate Travel Management Hosts SMART Travel Technology Forum

 Corporate Travel Management's (CTM) today hosts its Travel Technology Forum, powered by CTM SMART Technology, presenting the future of business travel technology to Australia's top procurement executives.

CTM's Chief Technology Officer, Tom Clark will bring to life a range of next-gen travel tools designed and developed by CTM SMART Technology specifically for the business travel market.

11 of the SMART Technology applications launched in the past 6 months will be demonstrated live at the forum, from agnostic online booking technology through to documentation management and policy assist tools.

The presentation will also showcase the latest global trends in travel technology and provide a glimpse into the future at new evolving travel tools designed to enhance the traveller experience and provide greater return on investment for corporate clients.

Clark said the CTM SMART Technology platform brings the future of travel technology to todays' market. "CTM's SMART Technology tools are adding a new level of sophistication to the market-standard offering; enhancements that deliver intelligent, intuitive solutions across the entire process of business travel."

"After months of R&D, I am particularly excited to showcase for the first time our next-generation Pre-Trip Approval System, encompassing highly sophisticated workflow management tools that are currently not accounted for in the marketplace" said Clark.

The CTM Travel Technology Forum takes place today, Thursday 14 August at Sydney's Intercontinental Hotel.


CTM is an award-winning provider of innovative and cost effective travel management solutions to the corporate market. Its proven business strategy combines personalised service excellence with client facing technology solutions to deliver a return on investment to clients.

Headquartered in Australia, the company employs over 1,500 FTE staff globally and operates out of 37 cities in 15 countries across Australia, Asia, North America and New Zealand.