Innography(R) Raises Analytics Bar

Austin, Texas (PressExposure) January 12, 2010 -- Innography Winter ’10™ Introduces Integrated Trademark Data Analysis for High-Speed Mapping of Patents to Products, Enhancing Overall IP Insights and Collaboration

Innography®, the intellectual property business intelligence company, today announced it has released Innography Winter ’10™, the latest version of its revolutionary intellectual property business intelligence application. The new software release now integrates trademark data into Innography’s uniquely correlated patent, litigation, financial and other key business information solution, once again raising the standard for how companies can most effectively maximize and leverage their intellectual property as a true strategic asset.

“We at Frost & Sullivan have always advocated an integrated approach to managing IP; however, implementation was a challenge. Innography solves this issue by providing a total solution,” said Dr. Sudeep Basu, Global Practice Leader, Innovation Services, Frost & Sullivan. “Through their web-based platform, Innography helps visualize the interplay between intellectual property, market dynamics and the business landscape, thereby enabling a robust growth strategy.”

Innography’s online IP business intelligence application delivers critical business insights through proprietary discovery algorithms and predictive analytics, enabling organizations to improve their IP monetization and revenue opportunities. Innography Winter ’10 provides users with several innovative features and attributes, now bringing brands (products) into analytics to understand freedom to operate, find infringing products, target licensing options and monitor new products by:

Identifying Relevant Products – Uncover associations between patents and product brands through the integration of trademark and patent analysis and technology landscapes.

Identifying Similar Logos – Uncover potential trademark logo infringement through design analysis.

Accelerating Search Queries and Interpretation of Results – Get started quickly with QueryBuilder™, a search form that makes the entry of criteria straightforward and simple. Auto-highlighted keywords provide for quick comprehension of search results. Streamlining Repetitive Tasks – Instantly manipulate and analyze multiple items at once with Power Actions.

Expanding Worldwide Analysis – Leverage new patent family analytics in tandem with Innography’s algorithms to boost understanding of worldwide coverage and potential gaps in protection.

“Innography Winter ’10 not only makes intellectual property management [] and analysis easier, but it incorporates a ground-breaking technology resulting from over two years of research and development. IP industry veterans have literally called this technology ‘ingenious’.” said Tyron Stading, CTO and Founder of Innography. “We are continually pushing the envelope in IP intelligence, and I believe customers will say our new release absolutely hits the mark.”

On December 10, 2009 at 1:00pm CST, Innography will host a 60-minute interactive webinar to provide attendees with a live demonstration of Innography Winter ’10.

About Innography

Innography® delivers a comprehensive, online intellectual property business intelligence application that enables companies of all types and sizes to achieve the optimal return on their IP investments. By correlating patent and trademark data with financial, litigation and other key business information, Innography instantly generates a variety of unique visualizations so users reduce the time it takes to perform IP research and patent search by 10x and reduce associated legal expenditures by 25%. As a result, they can get products to market faster, uncover new and more lucrative revenue sources, keep better track of competitors, preempt and counter litigation claims, and stay on top of additional IP-associated functions. Visit to view a 15-minute online product demo or call 1.512.306.8688 for more information.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 12, 2010 at 1:50 am
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