Octopus™ is a new generation omni-channel retail solution, which provides a holistic experience to your business. We provide a robust and scalable suite of retail management system which understands your business with future growth in mind. We provide an user-friendly interface that is packed with sophisticated features which gives you the control and management of your business at your fingertips.
Singapore, SG
Octopus is headquartered in Singapore, SG

Octopus Office Locations

Octopus has offices in Singapore, Colombo and Shanghai
Singapore, SG (HQ)
19 Kim Keat Rd
Shanghai, CN
Kong Jiang San Cun 104 Hao
Colombo, LK
307 Galle Rd

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Total Funding

$2.2 m

Latest funding size

$2.2 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year
Octopus's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, Octopus has raised $2.2 m

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The genetic trait that makes octopuses so smart is just as ingenious as they are

If you weren’t amazed by octopuses before, you will be now. These tentacled cephalopods have always been somewhat mysterious to marine biologists, largely due to…

This soft octopus robot could change the robotics industry

A team of scientists and engineers at Harvard University have built the first entirely soft, autonomous robot. The aptly named Octobot was built using 3D printing, molding, and soft lithography techniques. Octobot doesn't have motors or batteries, instead it moves using a se…

Science Reveals Yet Another Reason Octopuses and Squid Are So Weird

Squid, octopuses and cuttlefish favor modifying their proteins in a way that slows down normal evolution. The post Science Reveals Yet Another Reason Octopuses and Squid Are So Weird appeared first on WIRED.

Here's why dolphins slap octopuses into submission — and why it's dangerous

For wild predators, catching, killing and eating prey can sometimes be a risky business. We can see this on the African savannah, where a well-aimed kick from a zebra can spell trouble for a hungry lion. But the same can also be true in the ocean, where some prey types are far from helpless seaf…

This octopus-like robot arm grips objects and doesn’t let go

A German robotics company recently created a machine that uses a mechanical octopus tentacle to complete simple tasks. OctopusGripper, as it’s appropriately named, is capable of picking up, holding, and putting down small objects. Using octopus-like suckers, and compressed air, the robot moves and f…

A “seven-armed” octopus has been caught eating jellyfish

Scientists know less about the bottom of our oceans than they do about the surface of Mars. That’s why, every time they catch a glimpse…
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