Mogic Thinking

A combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.

President Yoichi Yamane

Sales and Engineer Bettas

As usual, the seller (sales) and the creator (engineers, designers, etc.) tend to get along badly with each other.

Perhaps on the sales side of the logic, we're doing our best to face the toughest clients out there! So, on the engineer's side, if there is a mistake in the system, it's all our fault (there's no consequences), so we'll make sure of it! I think there is a feeling that

In such a situation, if the sales team or the engineering team works too hard on their own, a deep divide is created, and the atmosphere of "Let's make something good" is lost, at least.

Wondering how Mogic is doing, I observed that Sales seems to spend more than half the time in the company in a day slaving beside the engineers.

And about 30% of them are just laughable.

The company is run in such a way that this is not a bad idea.


Work that a person should do and work that a machine would be better off doing

As machines=computers are increasing their processing power at an accelerated rate, it is becoming increasingly clear that tasks traditionally done by humans will be better in the future if they are left to machines.

However, the most difficult question is where and how to draw the boundary between "work that should be done by people and work that is better done by machines".

This is because the line between "people and machines" moves so quickly that drawing the line now will quickly shift, as machine performance and software development to apply it continues to advance.

I wish I could anticipate the speed of movement of the border and make the machine work harder.