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.
The term "landscape" is familiar in urban planning, landscape architecture, and geography, but is rarely heard of on a daily basis.
In very layman's terms, landscape is "the organic connection between man, nature, and artifacts", a concept that we at Mogic use as the basis for our IT services and company development. (The actual definition of the term "landscape" differs from field to field.
The reason why I bring up the concept of landscape when creating IT services is because IT development tends to be done in dots and dots, and we need to think of ways to cover the dots.
For example, the functions used as requirements definitions are put together, the usability is created as web design, and a place is created to organize the information as a database, which is then combined into a single system.
We also work on higher rankings in search engines, post on social media and put out press releases to get people to know us.
At first glance, they all seem important, but comparing this to the construction of a public facility makes me feel like I'm missing something.
First, put together a list of possible uses for the community, decide on the look and feel of the building, and create a multipurpose room management center.
To make the community aware of the facilities that have been created, we prioritize posting them on bulletin boards, telling people we know about them, and putting them on circulars.
Does that alone really reveal a "view" that people enjoy using?
I feel like something is missing.
Maybe the "something fun" that makes the people who live there feel more enriched in life is missing.
One of the most important aspects of creating an IT service is how to make that part of the process work.
Well, in IT, it's more of a crowdscape than a landscape.