Category: intellectual property management
Author Andrew Sherman to talk about Harvesting Intangible Assets on Innography webinar - September, 18th, 2014.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent strategy, patent webinar, patents
Denise Deverelle Crown discusses some of the exciting new features of our productivity-packed summer release.
Categories: due diligence software, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, patent webinar, playbooks
Giovanna Barreiro discusses the complex world of today's patents, intellectual property information, and what you can do to understand your intellectual property and it's value.
Categories: competitive intelligence, data correlation, intellectual property management, patent mapping
Today’s patent professional has to analyze a lot of data in order to make a good decision, but more data brings more complexity… unless you have tools that do some of the more tedious work for you.
Categories: big data, industry outlooks, intellectual property management
The last post in our IP Maturity Model series, this post covers earlier topics of IP Management goals and the gaps that must be filled in order to reach these goals, and emphasizes the final step in the assessment process - building a go-forward plan including action items and target dates.
IP Analysis becomes even more powerful when you can blend your internal data with the public data result set. DocShare allows you to upload internal content and include it for analysis (keyword, semantic, and text clustering). Common use cases for this include adding your organization's non-patent literature, and for managing examiner reports coming back from the PTO where applications require updating.
Categories: intellectual property management, semantic patent search
If you work in R&D, your organization probably licenses relevant journals in your industry for prior art search. To supplement your internal sources, we’ve added over four million non-patent literature documents referencing patents to our collection of more than 100 data sources.
Our previous postings about IP Management capabilities walked through the value of applying an IP Maturity model, how to identify key areas of focus/priority, and a method for assessing current capabilities. The next steps are focused on determining what level of IP maturity is required to help the organization meet its business goals and identifying the associated effort required to close the gap.