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Pulse Travel refreshes branding and website, upgrades tech stack

Australian travel management provider Pulse Travel has unveiled its new corporate brand identity, redesigned logo and website.

The newly designed website provides a seamless user experience that better highlights all benefits from partnering with Pulse Travel.

Clients are provided with a number of options, including corporate travel solutions, negotiated volume travel deals, leisure and group travel, corporate travel policy management, secure online booking tools, and online corporate reporting.

Stan Klinakis, managing director of Pulse Travel, hopes the company’s modern, fresh look will resonate with both current clients and the new generation of travellers.

Pulse Travel’s new logo

He said the changes come at a time when the company is evolving its service offerings during unprecedented times within the industry.

“Established in 1989 and recently celebrating 31 years, Pulse Travel has successfully navigated the peaks and troughs of the travel industry, and 2020 is no different,” Klinakis said.

“Our new website and brand identity better reflects our market-leading position, and clearly demonstrates the comprehensive services delivered to our clients across Australia.”

Pulse Travel has also upgraded its tech stack by signing a long-term agreement with Amadeus.

In addition to Amadeus Selling Platform Connect, the company is leveraging Amadeus Productivity Suite, Amadeus Offers, Amadeus Ticket Changer and Amadeus Web Services in order to facilitate automation of previously manual tasks.

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