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Innography® Fall '10™ Release Delivers Expanded Data Analytics Options and Accelerates Time-to-Results
New Intellectual Property Business Intelligence Capabilities Include Patent Semantics, Extended Databases and Research-Focused Access
AUSTIN, Texas – November 9, 2010 – Innography®, the Intellectual Property Business Intelligence (IPBI) company, today announced it has released Innography Fall '10™. This latest software version provides organizations with even greater analytics and research insights through patent semantics, proprietary databases and user navigation.
"Customers ask us for the impossible and we find a way to deliver. For example, international litigation, technical standards and drug information are all unique, high value data sources that have not existed in the marketplace until today. By partnering with our customers, Innography has been able to address meaningful business questions, and early user feedback confirms that value," said Tyron Stading, CTO and founder of Innography. "With this latest release, the caliber of the Innography platform has been further expanded through multiple analytics options so organizations are ensured they have the fastest and most cost-effective path to profitable IP business decisions."
Innography's online IPBI 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 Fall '10 now offers users:
Patent Semantics Searches - A powerful new feature that performs semantic searches on specific patents or blocks of text. Patent Semantics searches return lists of the 50 most semantically and conceptually relevant to the particular search query, going beyond simple word and phrase matching. This lowers the complexities of finding meaningful results to combine with Innography's analytics.
Extended References - These new add-on modules enable access to additional data sources for: international litigation to see patents that have been litigated in China, Japan and other Asian and European jurisdictions; technical standards to understand how IP is impacted by standards bodies such as IEEE, IETF and ANSI; and pharmaceutical sources to find patents by chemical or drug names listed in FDA Orange Book, FDA Green Book and Health Canada.
Research Seats - Organizations are now able to extend access to Innography through research-focused licenses, enabling greater team collaboration and productivity during the IP decision-making process.
On November 11, 2010 at 1:00pm CST, Innography will host a webinar to provide attendees with a live demonstration of Innography Fall '10. Click here to register for this informative briefing.
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