Tramada Systems is an independently owned travel technology company based in Sydney, Australia. We are leading providers of technology to the travel industry with a reputation for delivering innovative solutions. We manage all financial transactions for an agency, client data and all document production – tramada® is the engine room powering the most successful travel businesses in Australia and New Zealand.

Currently the Tramada software processes around 1.6 million travel bookings per year representing about $2 billion of travel spend.

Our focus is to ensure that travel agency processes are streamlined, data is accurate and secure and that reporting and Business Intelligence options provide clients with all the data they need for actionable insights to drive successful travel businesses.

Our team has collectively more than 300 years’ experience in travel and information technology and this is reflected in all our products. We offer continuous improvement with six product releases every year and each release contains a multitude of new features and functionality, much of which is generated by client’s requests as we recognise them as key drivers of our development effort.

tramada® is cloud based. Work anytime, anywhere. No need for expensive hardware or software upgrades ever again.

With the help of our software our clients provide travel services to more than 30,000 Australian and New Zealand companies including:
  • Over 20 ASX Top 100 companies including two major banks
  • Telco’s
  • Universities
  • Large multinational private companies
  • State and Federal Government agencies and
  • Some of Australia’s largest legal and professional firms

Tramada in the news

Travel Daily – March 27, 2015

Automate now and say goodbye to manual processes – Part 2
This is the second of two Technology Updates focussing on travel agent automation […]

Travel Daily – February 27, 2015

Automate now and say goodbye to manual processes – Part 2
This is the second of two Technology Updates focussing on […]

Travel Daily – January 30, 2015

Automate now and say goodbye to manual processes – Part 1
This is the first of two Technology Updates that will focus on the travel agent automation that is […]

Travel Daily – November 28, 2014

2015 and beyond
With 2014 almost behind us it’s interesting to reflect on the year that was but much more exciting […]

travel tech news

Global distribution and new markets are key benefits of Concur sale

By Nick Vivion / 9 April, 2015

There were many questions following the close of SAP’s deal to buy Concur for $8.2 billion, such as retaining independence, governance and overall integration with the mothership.

Sabre teases $500 million acquisition again (but don’t expect it when originally planned)

By Kevin May / 31 March, 2015

A deal for Sabre to spend $0.5 billion to acquire a fellow travel technology company appears to have been delayed for a few months.

How can travel firms maximise the impact of Apple Watch?

By Emma Crowe / 27 March 2015

As seen with iPhone adoption, Apple’s multi-device platform has strengthened the company’s position in the smartphone market, and we can expect to see similar uptake in the Apple Watch.

Our Partners

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Our Clients

Travel Managers
Maxim's Travel
Spencer Travel
Corporate Travel Managment
The Travel Authority Group
Mary Rossi Travel
reho Travel
Goldman Travel Corporation
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