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

Street Piano, Play Me, I'm Yours

More than a decade ago, in a meeting with several people, "What is the most important thing in business? I think it's an added value," he was asked.

The other members commented that they didn't know what it meant, couldn't even picture what it was, and that it wasn't immediately useful.

As the company Mogic was born, and as people gathered and warbled, I feel that the key was the added value.

To digress for a moment and then get back to it, there is a music project that has been going on all over the world lately called "street piano".

Street Pianos

A piano that had been lying dormant in someone's home is retuned, painted, and placed in a public place where everyone can touch it, and then people who come in and play it are somehow drawn to it as they walk by.

It's exciting just to hear the premise, even though there are no intentionally finely designed arrangements.

What's going to happen?

What can I hear?

No one comes? And.

Common sense dictates that the piano should be indoors, such as in a house, or likely to be someone's property, and that a performance showcase is at best a neighbor.

The moment it becomes less so is when value is added, and that's where we've taken things from at Mogic.