We are moroku

As the silver tsunami leaves governments and their people around the world struggling to implement actionable strategies for financial literacy, the banking industry's drive to implement digital customer service solutions is dehumanising the banking experience and removing historical risk management systems. Moroku applies decades of motivational theory to create digital banking experiences that reinvigorate the experience and take customers on a journey of financial destiny creation


If financial health is so important for so many, why are so few good at it and why do people spend so much time on other things, things that seem to matter so much less? Neuroscience and cognitive psychology provide us much insight and reveal a core set of drivers that make us feel alive and motivate us to take action


Dale Carnegie, respected management consultant and author famously wrote “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” In order to succeed people need to be diligent and pay attention. If the task is boring it is hard to be diligent. Conversely if it is fun, people are more likely to pay attention


There is no one size fits all. Each customer has a different problem, a different set of behaviours that are sought, and a different set of systems to be integrated with. We bring with us a set of frameworks, prototypes, tools and mechanics that allow us to produce prototypes that are iteratively refined.

Full Service

Moroku provides a complete solution for banks, delivering mobile applications and then running them as a service via our player management platform that is connected real time to banking payment systems via a trusted integration layer, enabling banks to prototype and deploy ahead of their competition.

Moroku Blog

Thoughts and commentary from the front of digital banking and payments

Moroku tops out the 2014 Red Herring Top 100 Asia

Hong Kong 31st August 2014 – Red Herring announced its Top 100 award in recognition of the leading private companies from Asia, celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries. Red Herring’s Top 100 Asia list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were […]

31 Aug, 2014 Colin Weir

What drives our behaviour around money?

At Moroku we spend a lot of our time trying to unlock a key riddle  “If financial health is so important for so many, why are so few good at it?” The flip side to this riddle is “Why do people spend so much time on other things, things that seem to matter less? In […]

7 Aug, 2014 Colin Weir

Moroku on the Anthill

The Anthill 100 identifies and ranks new Australian innovations by applying a combination of crowdsourcing, collaboration and common-sense. Moroku made the top 100 this year in recognition of the work we’re doing to make banking fun and help close the gap on financial literacy Read more about us here http://anthillonline.com/moroku-gamesystem-nsw-2014-smart-100/    

4 Aug, 2014 Colin Weir