Yearly Archives: 2020

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Why Now? Tramada is User-Friendly

2020-10-23T13:04:32+00:00October 23rd, 2020|Change management, Coronavirus, Mobile Workforce, Technology|

EASY TO USE UI, ANYTIME & ANYWHERE ACCESS The current slowdown in travel bookings due to the coronavirus pandemic has lead many agencies to review their technology stack in order to both modernize it and accommodate staff working from home. Now more than ever, the importance of cloud-based platforms and embedded self-learning tools are key to [...]

Why Now? Tramada improves security

2020-10-23T13:03:32+00:00October 13th, 2020|Mobile Workforce, Regulatory Compliance, Security, Technology, Uncategorized|

REDUCE SECURITY RISKS AND GAIN CLIENT TRUST Now more than ever cyber crime is on the rise and with many agencies having had to reduce staff, the need to secure your systems' access is more critical than ever.  Naturally, your clients value and demand that their travel data is safe, secure and private. How are [...]

Tramada’s First Virtual Travel Conference: ASTA Global Live

2020-09-16T02:20:21+00:00September 16th, 2020|AFTA, ASTA, Events|

Tramada’s First Virtual Travel Conference at ASTA Global Live During these days when many of us are tired of being stuck at the home office, on conference calls, Zoom or online webinars, our team in the USA had an opportunity to be an exhibitor during American Society of Travel Advisors' (ASTA’s) Live event August 25-28, [...]

Michael Jacques Appointment to Country Manager, USA

2020-08-12T10:18:46+00:00August 12th, 2020|Uncategorized|

MEDIA RELEASE: Business Travel Technology Executive Michael Jacques steps up to lead Tramada in the USA SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA –August 11, 2020 – Tramada Systems today announced the appointment of business travel technology veteran and former agency owner Michael Jacques as Country Manager, USA. Previously Tramada’s Senior Director of Business Development, in his new role, Jacques [...]

The Tunnel has been Extended

2020-08-04T16:31:45+00:00August 4th, 2020|Coronavirus, Duty of care, IATA, NDC, New Distribution Capability, Post Booking Travel Management|

The Tunnel has been Extended In June, we saw light at the end of the travel restrictions tunnel – with New Zealand lifting their domestic travel ban, and many Australian states set to reopen during or just after the July school holidays. In July, the daylight hours were getting longer and the winter blues were [...]

Time to Pivot

2020-06-05T00:44:14+00:00June 4th, 2020|Automation, Change management, Coronavirus, Duty of care, Mobile Workforce, Offline Automation, SaaS, Security, Sustainability|

Time to Pivot The new normal is being thrust upon us and more than ever it is a time to adapt. Remarkably, humans have shown over and over the ability to respond to new realities. It's in our nature. With the current environment, business owners of all industries are assessing the new normal and making [...]

A Perfect Storm

2020-04-27T16:35:43+00:00April 27th, 2020|Change management, Coronavirus|

A Perfect Storm Remember George Clooney's 2000 blockbuster, The Perfect Storm, where 3 separate storm fronts converge into one? The current coronavirus pandemic now feels like the perfect storm in real life - the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), SARS, and the Ansett collapse all into one. To help us rationalise a way through COVID-19 let’s [...]

Beware of COVID-19 Cybercriminals

2020-04-27T16:00:30+00:00April 27th, 2020|Coronavirus, In the News, Security, Technology|

The lockdown measures coming into place could not come quickly enough. The sooner they happen, the sooner we can get through this. And yes, there is light at the end of the tunnel -- the travel market will pick up again. But here’s what’s happening in the tunnel from a technology perspective: There are multiple [...]

Ready your ‘rainy day’ activities

2020-03-06T01:13:29+00:00March 6th, 2020|AFTA, Automation, Change management, Coronavirus, Duty of care, Information Management|

Ready your 'rainy day' activities It’s a concerning time, with the recent barrage of factors hitting the Australia and New Zealand travel industry (insolvent suppliers, bushfires, volcanoes, coronavirus). In particular COVID-19 has terribly affected travel and many agents are busy managing cancelations and rebookings, while expecting a slow down in sales for a few months [...]