Mogic considers

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

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Alpine Style

The term "alpine style" is a mountaineering term.

To quote from Wikipedia.

Alpine style (English: Alpine style, Alpine-style mountaineering) is a mountaineering style and term that refers to climbing very high altitudes and large rock walls such as the Himalayas with the same treatment as in the European Alps.

Unlike the polar method, which involves organizing a large, well-organized team, a small group of people leaves the base camp and climbs all at once, avoiding contact with the lower world.

It is a style of mountaineering that places the utmost importance on relying solely on the strength of the climber, with no support from a support team and no pre-erected camps, fixed ropes, oxygen cylinders, etc., and relies as little as possible on equipment.

I think Mogic's operating policy is this alpine style in the abstract.

In other words, for a mountain = project to climb, we consider the risk and return to the very limit, and finally try when the time comes, reconsider on the way, and try again.

These days are everything.