In this post, Thom Kobayashi tackles the highly-sensitive issue of NPEs and patent rights from an unusual perspective.
Categories: industry outlooks, intellectual property management, non-practicing entity, patent licensing, patent litigation data, patent troll
Innography is honored to be included in the Open Data 500. The Open Data 500 is the first comprehensive study of U.S. companies that use open government data to generate new business and develop new products and services.
Categories: big data, data correlation, intellectual property management, open innovation
Innography CEO, John F. Martin discusses innovation and growth in 2014.
Categories: events, industry outlooks, intellectual property management
Emma Roubtsov tackles competitive intelligence in a round table at the Global IP Exchange and summarizes her top takeaways from the discussion.
Categories: competitive intelligence, events, patent portfolio analysis
Denise Deverelle Crown explores the five best practices for CFOs to leverage IP assets to reduce costs and create an ongoing revenue stream.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip strategies, licensing strategy, patent portfolio analysis
In this week's blog post, Senior Data Correlation Expert Dr. Maneesha Joshi talks data normalization for company names, the Innography Advantage, and serves up a little company name brain teaser...
Categories: data correction, data correlation, intellectual property management
This is the second blog post in a series dedicated to the IP Maturity Model. This week we will discuss the recommended steps for maturity self-assessment and how to prepare for this activity.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip maturity model, ip strategies, patent portfolio analysis
We’re well into the first phase of the Big Data era - the collection age. Data is gushing from the Internet, from our cars, from our phones, from our purchases. It’s being picked up by sensors, RFID tags, cameras, microphones, GPS sensors. And, as nervous, privacy-concerned consumers are well aware, all of that data is being collected as fast as we can generate it.