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

November 23, 2018

apply a thin layer of paint on top of another

Mogic is laid back, perhaps because of its location in Shakujii Park.

How I'm taking it easy is that when I start something, I start out with a shoddy product, tinker with it for a year, and then spend two, three, even four years or more to make it a full-fledged product.

Perhaps that is why we are not overzealous in trying to create something perfect from the start.

There are times when it would be better to be self-conscious, but sometimes that is difficult because the member is the one who wants to enjoy a laid-back life.

Gradually, the number of people in the company, which started with just one person, grew, and at some point we began holding management meetings to discuss the company as a whole.

This meeting is now going to exceed 200.

The regular meetings of the e-learning system LearnO have probably exceeded 300.

This is the fifth time they have held an evening meeting to talk with the community over croquettes, the fifth year for the woodworking club that makes the company's equipment, the second year for roasting coffee beans, and so on.

All the while, we have been making steady progress.

We are moving forward, even if it is only a small step forward.

I sometimes think that the real competitive advantage is to apply a thin, thin layer of everything, whether it is recruitment, training, service, or working environment, even if it is just a little bit each week.