OEA Blog
18 May 2017

New technology exhibitors to watch at OEA

Learn how you can automate your work processes, use Robotic Process Automation, Artificial Intelligence, manage and optimise your energy consumption at Office Expo Asia (OEA) 2017 at Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Level 1, Hall A this 26 – 28 July.

OEA is Singapore’s all-encompassing event for corporate businesses to source for workplace solutions, big and small.

Admission is free and restricted to trade and corporate visitors only. Receive additional perks and gifts when you register online today!

Qavar Docs Cloud

Qavar’s flagship product, Qavar Docs Cloud, simplifies document management with powerful automation, digitising and organising documents according to preference for easy retrieval.

Booth No. AB40

Qavar builds products that modernises the way things are done, helping business solve the problem of having to perform laborious, repetitive work.


J&J is your perfect employee, working efficiently 24/7 without complaints. J&J helps automate clerical tasks - activities that are structured and repetitive - allowing employees to focus on high-value activities. With J&J, your operations can become Cheaper, Faster and Better.

Booth No. AB44

CFB Bots is a boutique firm specialising in the emerging field of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), helping their clients reduce manpower costs while improving productivity.

Entrak Smart Lighting

En-trak Smart Lighting is a revolutionary, enterprise-grade lighting control solution designed to enable companies and building owners to automate, optimise, and reduce their lighting energy consumption. It received the Best Innovative Research & Development award conferred by the distinguished Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) and in 2016; the company was awarded the Singapore Apex Sustainability Award.

Booth No. AZ42

En-trak is an award-winning cleantech IoT company. They design and sell cloud-based solutions to help enterprises manage and optimise their energy consumption.

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