The Ogle Factor. A relatively small phrase, but one with huge resonance as it defines everything we do and everything we stand for at Ogle Models & Prototypes.
But what exactly does it mean? And how can it help you, our customers, on your next project?
Read on, as we let you in on a little company secret…
It’s the proactive ethos of the company. It’s the knowledge and expertise of all our staff.
And it’s also the attention and care we put into successfully delivering every project and exceeding our customers’ expectations time and time again.
Put simply, the Ogle Factor is what makes us industry leaders. As Owen Evans, Director at Furnace Design says:
“We knew who to turn to when we needed a complete start-to-finish service. Ogle was the first port of call.”
We’re into our seventh decade of making models and prototypes, and we’ve learnt a thing or two in that time!
We stand out from the crowd because we’ve always been at the very top of our game. Ogle has never been afraid to break the mould, pun very much intended, and we continue to strive to remain at the forefront of the industry.
After all, we’re at our most comfortable when we’re ahead of the curve.
One of the most fundamental things is for us to have staff who live and breathe the same values every day.
And we most certainly do. The Ogle Factor runs through us all from top to bottom – and back up again!
Whether it’s our straight-talking, honest approach with clients or our can-do attitude meaning no challenge is too big, we get it done.
When clients first get in touch with a project, the Ogle Factor ensures that it’s the start of a long-term relationship.
We’re not here to just produce something asap and get it shipped out. We want to find out exactly what you want, then we’ll work out the best way to deliver it – or make it better.
Exceeding our customers’ expectations is really what makes us tick.
The Ogle Factor means we are constantly striving to deliver excellent results.
Technology is changing all the time, especially in our industry, and we pride ourselves on making sure we stay ahead of the game.
Staff development is crucial too, especially training the younger members of our workforce, thus future-proofing the company.
The Ogle Factor demands nothing less.