Celebrating 15 Years of Innovation

Posted on April 20th, 2016 in News


We are celebrating 15 years since our humble beginnings in 2001. It all started in the basement of my house with a computer, software and a commitment to innovation, engineering and problem solving in new product development. Since then, we’ve grown into one of the most full-service product development firms in in Cleveland, Ohio and the Midwest, serving some of the largest companies across the country.

Looking back over the 5,500 days and hundreds of thousands of hours, we have solved some of the most challenging problems for some of the best known brands, through perseverance and exceptionally hard work racking our brains. We have earned the respect of many, including other design firms, by consistently solving difficult problems, applying the right manufacturing process for a given product, and overall offering excellent end results. Almost always, our work culminates in creating intellectual property as added value and client market advantage.

Our work has included medical devices, consumer products, commercial products, dispensing systems, water treatment systems, faucets, plumbing and drain systems, retail systems, electrical construction products, automotive and aerospace engineering, and so much more. Never could we have anticipated the great diversity of new products we helped create. But we’re really just getting started.

In the business world, as in life, everything happens through people. We have been so fortunate to be able to build wonderful relationships with employees, customers and suppliers. There are so many great people with which we have had the pleasure of working. We would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest appreciation to all of the wonderful people who helped us over the years.

Looking forward, there are many more opportunities to pursue and people to help. There forever will be problems to solve and improvements to make in almost any area of life, product and service. We will continue to pursue those problems and deficiencies as opportunities, turning ideas into something real. Stay tuned for more great innovations.

Paul Metcalfe