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Private company
IndustryIT services, IT consulting
HeadquartersMelbourne, Australia
Area served
ServicesIT, business consulting and outsourcing services

Attra is an IT services company, headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. It provides services in the Banking, Financial Sector (BFS) and payments domain. Attra was founded in 1995 in Melbourne, Australia. Attra's offshore development center in Bangalore was founded in 2005.

Attra[1] has sales and marketing offices in UAE, Canada, Singapore, UK and USA. Attra has experience in cards & payments domain with expertise across leading applications for card management and switching systems. Attra also offers services on mainframes, AS 400 & software testing horizontals.


Early years[edit]

Attra was founded in 1995 as a high end consulting firm in Melbourne, Australia, and has worked on various engagements including Y2K CICS projects, implementation of card management systems such as VisionPLUS, launch of card products in the Australian market. Attra opened its offshore development centre in Bangalore, India in late 2005. Attra subsequently opened offices in Canada, Singapore, the UK, the UAE and the USA. In 2009, Attra further moved on to get a PCI DSS certification. Currently Attra has 1,100+ in terms of manpower. In 2012 Attra was assessed by the Software Engineering Institute and currently awarded the Capability Maturity Model Integration Level 5 certification

Recent history[edit]

Attra opened a new development center in Pune and Hyderabad.


  • Anil Gammampila, Founder and Chairman
  • Prasad Guntupalli, Co-founder and CEO


Attra's IT services for the BFS and payments domain covers the gamut of cards, loans & mortgages, compliance & certification, fraud & risk, switching & payments and core banking by using applications developed by various independent software vendors such as First Data, TSYS, ACI, S1, FICO and Temenos.


  1. ^ "Member of the Indo Australian Chamber of Commerce". 2009-01-02. Archived from the original on 1 January 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-02.