Category: big data
When two patent analysis tools disagree on patent data, there's only one way to find out which one is more accurate – do the research. And picking the right patent tool to trust makes all the difference in getting to the best answer.
Categories: big data, data correction, data correlation, patent search
The Innography Team is thrilled to present our newest features and enhancements to Advanced Analysis. We continue to support our power and business users with functionality that creates efficiencies in their intellectual property search and analysis workflows and communicates discovered insights effectively.
Categories: advanced patent search, big data, intellectual property management, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent semantics, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search
An industry shake up is in progress as the major providers of intellectual property information and analysis technology divest divisions, acquire smaller players, and integrate capabilities. As tools evolve beyond their second generation capabilities, the role of patent data across the organization continues to expand.
Categories: big data, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, ip management consulting, ip maturity model, ip strategies, mergers and acquisitions, patent strategy, technology forecasts
Tyron Stading Makes His Calls for the IP Industry
Categories: application trends, big data, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent search, technology forecasts
Patent searching has evolved tremendously in recent years and it’s time to consider what the next decade of patent search looks like.
Categories: advanced patent search, big data, industry outlooks, ip maturity model, ip strategies, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, technology forecasts
This is a transcript of the webinar Transforming Intangible Assets into Tangible Profits.
Categories: application trends, big data, industry outlooks, ip strategies, patent portfolio analysis
Years ago, when I was back on the engineering side making chips in a factory, we used spreadsheets for recording and processing data. Spreadsheets were great. They let us collect a static set of data, filter that data, perform some simple calculations and finally, present the data with a simple visual, like a bar or pie chart so my boss could understand the output the same way I did. I could share a view of the data that was interesting in some important way so we could start to drive improvement. I would send these sheets around so that I could share my data with my peers as well so they could understand what we were trying to accomplish. Sometimes, I would paste the data or images into a presentation.
Categories: big data, data correlation, patent analysis, technology forecasts
A company’s current patent portfolio is the starting point for many analyses, such as competitive intelligence, industry benchmarking, risk analysis, licensing and partnership conversations and enforcement analysis. Getting the portfolio as right as possible is obviously very important to making good decisions.