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Aug
31

SiliconReview: Providing the Best-in-Class IP Analysis Software: Innography

Founded in 2007, Innography was conceived as a way to extend manual processes in patent search to true patent business intelligence by developing a set of powerful algorithms that cleanse and normalize data, mine patents for vital information, and automatically make determinations on which patents in a set are the most valuable.


Aug
5

WorldIPReview: In the Spotlight: Creating big value from big data

New technologies enabling predictive analysis of big data provide IP professionals with a platform for better decision-making and vastly improved efficiencies. Tyron Stading, president and founder of Innography, a CPA Global company, spoke to WIPR.


Aug
5

DataInformed: Gain Competitive Insight with Intellectual Property Data

A revolution is underway for Intellectual Property (IP). Never before has the IP organization had so many tools at its disposal, launching it from an essential back-office function into an indispensable business partner.


Aug
5

IPWatchdog: Finding the Best Patents – Comparative Patent Ranking Systems – Citations Still Matter

Over the past 18 months, our clients have begun to show greater interest in international patents (e.g. non-US). Increasing client interest in international patents corresponds with the general rise in importance of international patents (continuing ascension of the Chinese market, potential for unitary patent for Europe), more anti-patent owner decisions in the US, and greater patent litigation outside the US. Client interest spurred us to review our existing patent evaluation tools and methodologies for potential improvements.


Aug
2

IPWatchdog: iPhone sales slump as Apple continues to churn out smartphone patents

On July 26th, American high tech developer Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) released its earnings report for the third quarter of its 2016 fiscal year. Despite posting quarterly revenues of $42.4 billion, well short of the $49.6 billion Apple took in 2015’s third quarter, the company still beat financial analyst expectations of $42.2 billion in revenue.