Category: intellectual property management
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.
Shauna Osborne continues her blog series on the IP Maturity Model with suggestions for assessing current capabilities inside your organization.
It’s been a fast and furious Spring at Innography. We had our largest annual user conference in April, and now we’re launching our largest single product release. As always, we’re grateful to all of our clients, and are motivated by your enthusiasm and product suggestions. As we cull through our list of potential features to prepare for a release, we selected a few that would be...
Categories: intellectual property management, open innovation
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.