Category: ip strategies
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
A new client switches to Innography and overnight every patent analysis can be done with higher quality and at least twice as fast.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent visualization tools, 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
“Augmented reality” technology startup Magic Leap is about to close a billion-dollar financing round – what do its patent say about its upcoming products, inventors, and risks?
Categories: industry outlooks, ip strategies, patent analysis, patent strategy, patents, technology forecasts
In the spirit of the Texas State Fair going on in Dallas, Texas, I want to start this blog on a twirl! Now, I was never big on carnival rides and definitely one like the “Gravitron” would intimidate me like no other! Imagine spinning around and around and around like that, with no means of stopping…some people would love it, but for me, I suspect lunch would make a second appearance. Now imagine if you were pregnant…
Categories: advanced patent search, ip strategies, patent analysis, patent licensing, patent search, patents
Many of our clients include acquisitions as part of their growth strategy. The best practice is to examine an acquisition target’s patent portfolio to see how it fits in with their portfolio, as well as the target’s litigation and filing history to better understand risk and possible future rewards.
Categories: advanced patent search, competitive intelligence, intellectual property management, ip strategies, mergers and acquisitions, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent search
The IAM Strategy 300 – The World’s Leading IP Strategists is a list of individuals forging new paths that maximize the value of IP portfolios. Published by the Intellectual Asset Management Media group (also known as IAM), landing on the list involves a starting point of at least three nominations from outside the person’s own organization. Tyron Stading, the President and Founder of Innography, has been on both the 2014 and 2015 lists, we sat down and spoke with him about the honor.
Categories: industry outlooks, ip strategies, patent analysis
If you’re involved with your organization’s patent strategy, you’ve likely wrestled with the notion of patent quality vs. quantity. Your Board of Directors may expect both quality and quantity, and your budget may not support it. Your internal stakeholders will likely have differing opinions based on their role in the organization and the competitiveness of your market. You also need to make decisions on patenting internal ideas or buying existing patents as part of your strategy.