The development of new invention concepts is often left to the privileged few at large IT companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple - but the brains behind inventing the next big thing don’t have to be owned by any of these companies, nor do the services of inventing new concepts need to be expensive. After all, big businesses often compete heavily with smaller businesses, until they either go out of business or a larger company purchases them. MCE123’s Invention Concept Development service allows you to contract with a research and development firm to create a type of new technology - whether that technology be specified by the contractor or created from scratch by our company.
There are three possible avenues for this business transaction can take place to go:
- MCE123 is contacted by an individual or company to develop a specific technology that is defined by that individual or company, but they don’t have the engineering expertise to develop the product or service.
- MCE123 is contacted by an individual or company to develop any technology that has specific or broad definitions, such as how much net worth it has in a certain economy or what utility it has with respect to a specific or undefined industry or set of industries.
- MCE123 is contacted by an individual or company to sell one of its already developed technological innovations.
Regardless of the route you or your organization chooses, MCE123 is prepared to do work to develop the concept at a firm predefined rate of $1,200 per hour. Whether you’re an individual with aspirations to enter the industry of technology or you’re a big business that already knows what it needs, we can provide the research and development services that you’re looking for. We are confident that you’ll be extremely successful in your endeavors of technology development. Our rates are extremely competitive - considering your concept could be worth billions of dollars - and we’re more than happy to continue providing you our services for the same low predefined rate.
At MCE123, we understand there are a lot of costs associated with patenting, prototyping, manufacturing, marketing, and selling your new invention. This is why we are vertically integrated to provide a wide range of services that make it easy to get your idea in the offices and/or homes of technology users all over the world. We can also work on a retainer account to provide you these services without taking up a lot of your company’s resources, as the overall cost for developing a single technological concept can easily exceed $30,000.
We discreetly conduct competitive research in the market of your new technology without alerting anyone of what we are working on for you, and we also work on strict non-disclosure agreements, for which we actually have an entire department within MCE123 dedicated to ensuring non-disclosure of classified intelligence that we develop for a variety of clients. All communications regarding technology development are considered to be firm-client privilege, which means that we don’t tell anyone what we’re doing for you or your company unless we have the legal authorization to do so.
Our inventor(s) will file for the patent(s) or patent(s) pending, as they must be filed by the original inventor(s). However, when we are under contract to develop a technology for you, we do not keep any ownership of intellectual property and will promptly assign you or your company the legal rights to the invention per our contract. We prefer that our clients of this service seek legal counsel before contacting us and provide us with a contract that we can negotiate right away, before we do any work. In addition, the contract doesn’t need to specify what the invention concept is. As your attorney(s) may tell you, ideas cannot be patented. It takes long, hard hours of work to develop your/our ideas into patentable subject matter, and we will work tirelessly once a financial agreement is in place.
Should you have any questions about this service, either contact us directly or reach out to us through your intellectual property law firm, and we can provide more information, such as project timelines, budgeting information, or answers to any other questions you may have about our services. However, we do ask that you please not communicate your invention concept to us prior to having a financial agreement in place. It only compromises your legal position to disclose such information to us if we are not already under contract to provide services to you.