Innography Blog

Category: events

New Look, Same Innography

Last week Innography hosted our biggest and best Insights client event ever, with over 200 clients and 30 different client speakers. The keynotes by Google and IBM were especially well-received, according to attendees, as were the roadmap and upcoming product presentations.

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Categories: events, industry outlooks

Top 4 Reasons Our Customers Attended Our Insights Conference

After many months of preparation, it’s hard to believe that our Insights customer conference is behind us. What an honor to host our largest event ever in our home city of Austin, Texas. In speaking to clients directly and based on feedback from the event survey, there appear to be four reasons clients keep coming back to this event:

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Categories: events

Another Great Quarter

Innography had a record quarter in Q1 2015 and is preparing for its largest-ever Insights client conference in April.

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Categories: events, industry outlooks, patent strategy, patents

IPO Annual Summit Outlines Several Threats to Patents

The IPO Annual Summit in Vancouver discussed several key issues in IP, especially important to patent holders.

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Categories: events, patent litigation data, patent regulation

Mid-Year Progress by Innography

Innography continues its positive growth trend in 2014!

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Categories: application trends, events, industry outlooks

Innography Accelerates Growth

Innography CEO, John F. Martin discusses innovation and growth in 2014.

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Categories: events, industry outlooks, intellectual property management

Competitive Intelligence at the Global IP Exchange

Emma Roubtsov tackles competitive intelligence in a round table at the Global IP Exchange and summarizes her top takeaways from the discussion.

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Categories: competitive intelligence, events, patent portfolio analysis

David Pogue on Why Big Data will Change Everything

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.

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Categories: big data, events, industry outlooks, open innovation