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About Moka

Moka offers a point-of-sale, cash flow management, and customer relationship management tool for small and medium enterprises, replacing traditional cash registers with a cloud-based software that runs on iOS and Android devices. On December 11, 2019 Moka was acquired by Gojek.

Headquarters Location

Ruko Business Park Kebon Jeruk Jln. Meruya Ilir 88 Blok C2 No 9-10

Jakarta, 11620,


+63 (0)21 3006 1546



Expert Collections containing Moka

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Moka is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Store tech (In-store retail tech).


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Moka Patents

Moka has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • animal intelligence
  • control engineering
  • industrial automation
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Control engineering, Microcontrollers, Industrial automation, Internet of things, Animal intelligence


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Control engineering, Microcontrollers, Industrial automation, Internet of things, Animal intelligence



Latest Moka News

Shire of Harvey hosts first delegation from City of Moka in Japan since signing of friendship agreement

Nov 6, 2023

friendship agreement Camera Icon City of Moka delegation member Ohira Hideaki prepares to face off against Harvey Shire Cr Dakota Krispyn in a sack race. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter Share to Facebook What do Akubra hats, a sack race and a Taiko performance all have in common? It was all part of the experience for an Japanese delegation who visited the Shire of Harvey for the first time last week. A contingent of government representatives and school students from the city of Moka got a taste of life in Australia in the first face-to-face cultural exchange since both councils signed a friendship agreement in June last year. Delegate members were kept busy during their three-day trip, visiting a number of schools alongside seeing the best of what the Shire of Harvey has to offer. Camera Icon Harvey Shire president Michelle Campbell speaks at the Gibbs Pool Amphitheatre. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter At a welcome function held at the Gibbs Pool Ampitheatre on October 30 representatives were treated to activities including a smoking ceremony by the Harvey Aboriginal Corporation and a Australian barbecue. Shire president Michelle Campbell described the visit as significant, stating it was the first time the two communities have had an opportunity to relax and connect since the friendship agreement had been signed. “This agreement solidifies a shared future of growth, collaboration and cultural exchange between our communities, and it also acknowledges more than 30 years of friendship and learning championed by the incredible teachers at our local schools and the schools in the city of Moka,” she said. But the highlight of the welcome was the first Shire of Harvey-City of Moka games, which saw representatives of both councils face off in a test of athletic ability. There were plenty of laughs had on both sides as they tried their best at activities, including hula hooping and a sack race. The Japanese delegation were victorious, being given a trophy and Tim Tams for their hard-fought win. Camera Icon A member of the Moka City delegation celebrates as he receives a packet of Tim Tams after the delegation wins a race against Shire of Harvey representatives. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter A celebration dinner was held the following evening at Edith Valley in Roelands, where attendees enjoyed both Indigenous Australian and Japanese musical performances, great food and a few laughs. City of Moka mayor Shinichi Ishizaka said he hoped the friendship between the two areas expanded to many fields, including sports, arts and tourism. He told attendees it was the first time he had visited Australia, and he loved it. “I am sure I will come back pretty soon and play golf with President Campbell,” Mr Ishizaka said. Camera Icon Senior members of the City of Moka were gifted Akubra hats by the Shire of Harvey. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter The mayor invited representatives from the Shire to visit Moka City next year as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations. There was an exchanging of gifts between the visitors and local residents. Representatives of the Harvey Aboriginal Corporation presented Moka City with a message stick, while the Shire of Harvey gave them Akubra hats. Camera Icon Harvey Noongar Elder Greg Little hands over a message stick to Moka City Mayor Shinichi Ishizaka. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter In return, Moka City representatives gave the council a paper lantern and the Harvey Aboriginal Corporation were presented tapestry from the city which is no longer produced.

Moka Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Moka founded?

    Moka was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Moka's headquarters?

    Moka's headquarters is located at Ruko Business Park Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta.

  • What is Moka's latest funding round?

    Moka's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Moka raise?

    Moka raised a total of $27.9M.

  • Who are the investors of Moka?

    Investors of Moka include Gojek, East Ventures, Convergence Ventures, Pegasus Tech Ventures, Mandiri Capital and 7 more.



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