Innography Blog

Category: playbooks

The Summer Release is Here!

Denise Deverelle Crown discusses some of the exciting new features of our productivity-packed summer release.

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Categories: due diligence software, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, patent webinar, playbooks

Innography’s “Stocking Stuffer 2013” Product Update!

The Innography product team has been hard at work throughout 2013, with large releases both in the summer and this fall.  Playbooks are now included in Advanced Analysis, and we launched PatentScout in the fall for private semantic search throughout the enterprise. As we approach the end of 2013, we had several key features we were working on based on client requests, and we didn’t want to make you wait before making them...

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Categories: advanced patent search, application trends, industry outlooks, playbooks, semantic patent search, technology forecasts

Innography’s Summer 2013 release has arrived!

The process of deciding what goes into a release involves listening to client feedback, prioritizing requests and weaving in our product’s strategic direction.  Along the way we consider if a feature will make users more productive, if it improves usability, how well it exposes critical data that will lead to making good business decisions, and occasionally we add things that are irresistibly cool. We’re proud of this release for many...

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Categories: application trends, intellectual property management, open innovation, patent visualization tools, patents, playbooks, quickview

They’re Here!  The Innography Playbooks™ have arrived!

As you know, intellectual property isn’t just your lawyer’s problem anymore. We’ve found that companies with no intellectual property holdings are starting to receive multiple infringement letters a year. And on the other hand, there are corporations built solely on IP practices. In the midst of tech patent wars and the America Invents Act, intellectual property has proved itself to be a company’s most valuable, or most...

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Categories: application trends, playbooks