- Mighty Kingdom (MKL) implements further changes to its internal structure to improve efficiency and maximise developer utilisation
- The company says it is aiming to deliver a more sustainable business model to become “operation cashflow break-even” by Q3 FY23
- Chief Technology Officer Dr Grant Osborne is spearheading change at a team level to drive communication and accountability across all projects
- The execution of the initiatives is estimated to initially save around $350,000 a month in costs
- Shares in Mighty Kingdom have ended the day in the grey at 3.3 cents
Mighty Kingdom (MKL) has implemented further changes to its internal structure as a result of its recent internal review in a bid to improve efficiency and maximise developer utilisation.
The company said it is aiming to deliver a more sustainable business…