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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.


Stop for a moment and think about all the things you need to be successful in your career. A lot of it boils down to being able to make (and defend) good decisions quickly. Unproductive people don’t tend to stay in their jobs very long, so we all balance being efficient with being accurate. 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. 

In 2014, we live in a world of data overload, with data coming at us from hundreds of sources daily. No one can digest it all. Partial solutions are inefficient because a decision made in R&D today affects a licensing or maintenance decision in the future.

Even if you can effectively integrate multiple products, you then need to manage the vendors and all of their inconvenient paperwork. This complexity slows things  down and keeps you from doing the analysis you need to do in order to make the good decisions your organization expects.

What does work in 2014 is providing a better product, with more value and better support, but ultimately one that gives you the answers you need. These are the things we want from our vendors and what you tell us you expect from us. So we make sure you get more with Advanced Analysis

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