Category: application trends
Innography continues its positive growth trend in 2014!
Categories: application trends, events, industry outlooks
Keith Smith investigates World Cup soccer ball patents, how weather affected new patent filings, and more...
Categories: application trends, patent filing trends, patents
Innography helps clients manage acquisition risk by enabling analysis of the target company’s patent portfolio, showing the portfolio strength and position versus competitors, and highlighting chain-of-title issues.
Categories: application trends, mergers and acquisitions, patents, semantic patent search
In anticipation of the America Invents Act organizations raced to get last-minute filings in under the old rules, representing a 5x increase in filings. Expect the patent process to slow markedly as these make their way through prosecution.
Categories: application trends, industry outlooks
Big data when unstructured can be a big mess. Here the Innography team discusses the heavy lifting, parsing data, and telling the full story.
Categories: application trends, big data
Outsell Inc., a research firm focused on media, information and technology, recently published a 2-page Insight called “Patent Information Market Continues to Grow”, featuring Innography and other patent analytics tools.
As IP software developers, there are always choices about what could go into the products, and internal debates (i.e. arguments) over how much value new features would provide. We balance a number of considerations (including the things you ask for) to decide what makes it into a release. I think my colleagues would agree that it is geeky fun for us to automate messy manual processes and deliver the data you need without...
Categories: application trends, data correlation
The Innography product team has been hard at work throughout 2013, with large releases both in the summer and this fall. Playbooks are now included in Advanced Analysis, and we launched PatentScout in the fall for private semantic search throughout the enterprise. As we approach the end of 2013, we had several key features we were working on based on client requests, and we didn’t want to make you wait before making them...