Mogic thinks

With 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 the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

Unexpected love of data

This may come as a surprise to you, since Mogic's appearance tends to show looseness and creativity, but we are quite fond of data.

My motto is "I don't have target numbers or plans, but I definitely accumulate data on results.

One reason may be that we have a large number of engineers who are strong in databases.

There is a dashboard of logs for all the various tools in the company (sales, marketing, projects, HR, finance, etc.), as well as regular meetings, mistakes, problems, and future projections, all normalized in a spreadsheet and kept for years.

If you use PowerPoint, Word, or e-mail, it will take a lot of time and effort to look back at what you did in the same month last year, so it is important to format your data so that you can skewer and analyze it.

We are also logging homemade games that are played in conjunction with in-house online chat to see how they are doing.

I wondered if it would be better to post real-time activities in the chat, or if having an event with prizes would increase the response by 170%.

There is also a lot of analog-like data, such as a photo gallery for every year since the company was established, a record of monthly events, articles on lectures conducted in the past, and a record of sweets ordered.

Isn't it tedious? But I never get tired of it.

I think it's probably because I like to try new things and I don't want to do something I've already done once in the past.