Moka Platform through Mobile Device - Photo by Moka

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Moka, a fast-growing Indonesian cloud-based point-of-sale system, has raised US$24 million Series B round led by Sequoia India. The round included new investors SoftBank Ventures Korea, Singapore-based EDBI, EV Growth, as well as existing investors PT Mandiri Capital, Convergence, and Fenox.

The new capital will give the company fresh ammunition to speed up product development as it expands its services beyond small medium enterprises (SMEs) to enterprise clients.

Moka provides retailers with powerful tools to start, run, and grow their business through its mobile POS, which can be downloaded onto any smart device.  At the storefront, Moka provides a point-of-sale software that allows merchants to take orders, issue invoices and accept payments using a smartphone, iPad or Android tablet.

Business owners can use Moka to create their own loyalty programs, view profit and revenue reports, generate analytics on their best-selling items and most valuable customers, and manage inventory across multiple outlets.

Moka was founded in 2014 by Haryanto Tanjo and Grady Laksmono to help the legion of SME owners across Indonesia who still run their companies manually and spend hours every day doing administrative work, such as sales and stock reconciliation.

As the company expanded its offerings over the last 12 months, it has also found traction among larger retail and F&B chains which value Moka’s sleek interface, built-in integration with e-payment platform, and the fact there is minimal capital expenditure required to use the system.

Moka now serves 12,000 businesses in the food & beverage, retail, and beauty categories, and is close to hitting US$1 billion in annual transaction volume.

This new investment round marks a vote of confidence in Moka’s innovative product and model, says CEO & Co-Founder Moka, Haryanto Tanjo. “With support from Sequoia India and our other investors, we are committed to serve our merchants better and provide more services that will help our merchants to grow.”

To provide truly end-to-end solution for merchants, Moka has partnered with other innovative financial technology companies to launch both payments and business loans products on the Moka platform.

Over the last six months Moka has integrated e-payment services OVO, T-Cash and Akulaku, and has signed partnerships with other e-wallets such as DANA and Kredivo. These partnerships enable merchants to accept a wide range of mobile payments using the Moka application.

Moka has also launched Moka Capital to extend business loans to its merchants through the app. For this, Moka is partnering with Koinworks, Taralite, and Modalku as its P2P lending partners.

“Sequoia India was inspired by Moka’s vision to create a multi-faceted software platform for business operations and payments, and are very excited to work with a stellar founding team to help achieve that vision,” said Shailendra Singh, Managing Director at Sequoia Capital (India) Singapore.

While, Sean Lee, Managing Director at SoftBank Ventures Korea stated, “We believe that the investment will help Moka strengthen its leadership in mobile POS and accelerate its expansion to adjacent businesses.”  

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The Insider Stories Founder Linda Silaen has a solid, proven history, established over more than a decade as a journalist with a leading internasional news organization, of being the first with the biggest economic news stories in Indonesia. Specializing in corporate news, Linda is also a veteran of some of the biggest macroeconomic and general news stories as Indonesia rapidly transforms into a major market economy. One of the founders of the original blog from which this company developed, Linda’s knowledge of investors’ information communications and data us developed from unrivaled networking skills that make her a well-known name among CEOs, bankers, government officials and private equity investors both in Indonesia and other countries.

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