The Joy Factory
What makes The Joy Factory iPad and tablet accessories solution different?
The Joy Factory, Inc., headquartered in Irvine, Calif., is a global manufacturer of leading tablet mounting, cases, enclosures, kiosks and mobility accessory products that have been enhancing the human interaction with digital devices for over half a decade. The Joy Factory has quickly become an essential rugged solution provider for a wide variety of industries such as manufacturing, hospitality, education, transportation, healthcare, government, exhibition and retail. The passion for innovation and quality gave birth to the P.S.P. (Protect, Secure & Position) philosophy, a differentiator and the proof is in the company’s product patented and patent-pending brands MagConnect™, aXtion™, Unite™, Pinpoint™, and Elevate™. With these criteria fundamentals, The Joy Factory was able to allow users to stay active, engaged and feel secure with their device on a daily basis.
The company was founded by a team of gadget fanatics and designers with more than 50 years of expertise in the technology and electronics sectors and was named an International CES Innovations ‘2016 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree’ and as one of the ‘Top 5 Mobile Case Brands’ in About.com Reader’s Choice Awards.
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The Joy Factory is dedicated to filling everyday life with delight by creating an elite class of digital companion products that provide users with a joyful experience through their exquisitely crafted and functional designs.
At the helm of The Joy Factory are the following individuals:
Sampson Yang, President
Miranda Su, Executive Vice President
At The Joy Factory, creating environmentally responsible products isn't just a sales tactic; it's an essential part of who we are…and it's been that way from the beginning. We want to bring more happiness to our world, not more trash. We are grateful for all we've been given, and we want to protect it for those to come.
As Karl Barth once said, 'Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.' We couldn't agree more.