Innography Further Extends Ease of Data Accessibility, Comprehension and Collaboration
Innography, the intellectual property business intelligence company, today announced it has released Innography Summer '10™. This new software version extends the ability for organizations to quickly and easily access, comprehend and share intellectual property (IP) insights for better strategic decision making.
"Innography Summer '10 is once again the outcome of valuable feedback from our more than 150 customers based on their evolving business needs," said Tyron Stading, CTO and founder of Innography. "Our intellectual property business intelligence application was designed to address an underserved market, and we continue proving our ability to do so by delivering superior functionality that enables organizations universally to maximize their IP investments."
Innography's online IP business intelligence application automatically integrates, correlates and normalizes patent, trademark, financial, litigation, and other key business information from multiple data sources. Once a query is initiated, Innography instantly presents the results in a variety of unique visualizations to reveal important findings that otherwise may have gone unnoticed or been difficult to uncover. Innography Summer '10 enhances the overall user experience by providing:
One-Click Reports – Combine the most commonly exported information on companies, patents, litigation, and trademarks into single, exportable and printable documents that are also customizable to include personal analysis or additional data.
Expanded Information – Identify the patents assigned and reassigned to a specific company and also to its subsidiaries with the Ultimate Parent query modifier – something no other IP research application can do. And through the Dialog® integration feature, full text for Chinese patents, Derwent World Patents Index® and IFI Claims® can be imported for enhanced data results.
Broader International Coverage – View detailed and comprehensive worldwide patent information with the addition of attributes and data from multiple non-US patent jurisdictions.