- December 11, 2018Read more
Paris, December 11: Wishing to draw on its expertise in the field of emerging technologies, the consulting firm OCTO Technology has just been selected by the software firm R3 as the first official training provider for Corda, its blockchain platform designed specifically for businesses. Initially developed to meet the exacting standards of the financial services industry, Corda is now applicable to any commercial scenario such as healthcare, energy systems, or real estate.
- OCTO launches OCTO Skool, an innovative way of integrating budding digital talentsSeptember 07, 2016Read more
Going digital is high up on the list of priorities for many companies – corporations, SMEs and startups alike – that are edging towards transformation by developing and adopting new skill sets.
OCTO believes that the most promising talents in the field of digital transformation, regardless of their future career paths, are those who master the very essence of Digital – code! Since April 2016 developing coding skills in-house has been the raison d’être of the company’s new initiative, OCTO Skool: an innovative, comprehensive, developing-centric training scheme for young recruits.
- A unique Franco-Californian venture designed to accelerate innovation by leveraging corporate intrapreneurshipJune 28, 2016Read more
OCTO’s 28-week program offers a new take on corporate innovation: by first identifying talents already available within the company, Start Me Up then supports the selected intrapreneurs by providing them with the culture and methods traditionally associated with startups. The offer includes several weeks of total immersion in San Francisco in partnership with The Refiners, a powerful cross-border acceleration program.
PrismTech and OCTO Collaborate to Provide a Broad Range of Solutions for the Internet of Things MarketMarch 31, 2015Read more
- OCTO Technology White Paper on Digital BanksOctober 31, 2014Read more
Paris, October 15th 2014- OCTO Technology, an IT consulting, design and implementation company, presents a White Paper on digital banks. While the Digital age has seriously affected companies across all industries, banks are still slow to enter the race despite early signs being observed.
Starting with visits to bank branches: the global trend is downward and isn’t expected to improve since most financial instruments are now accessible online. The use of “mobile first” trends are driven by the growing habit of using everything digital – “anywhere, anytime, and most importantly, whenever I want.”
- Strategic partnership to meet growing demand for enterprise-class Apache Hadoop across the regionFebruary 15, 2013Read more