Accidental IPBM: The IP Applications Landscape

Leading intellectual property practices today have reached a standard that transcends docketing, data entry and paper-based management methods. “IP Management” (“IPM”) as a discipline and technology model has been widely adopted and embraced by corporate IP practices and law firms alike; as a technological generation, it is arguably nearly a dozen years old.  Ever more progressive in its reach and intensifying in demand, IPM has expanded significantly in recent years to include a growing, sophisticated number of processes, modules, functions, and innovation-oriented competencies.
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The Growth of Process Automation in IP Management

Intellectual property groups typically rely on “docketing systems” as the central resource for managing task assignments, deadlines and other case-related information. While traditional docketing systems provide important country rules and PTO procedures, these systems tend to be limited to their workflow capabilities, including the ability to automate processes across the IPM lifecycle or to meet unique client-defined requirements.
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Announcing the 2016 IP Operations Survey!

Hyperion Research is pleased to announce the opening of the 2016 Intellectual Property Management Survey  This survey is focused on understanding the prevailing trends in IP operations, including investment, values and priorities in Intellectual Property Management (IPM) capabilities. We're looking at how IP professionals and attorneys are implementing, using and getting the most out of Intellectual Property Management, and what capabilities they value and prioritize most.
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The Curious Case of Virtual Patent Marking

Virtual patent marking was introduced in the United States with the passing of the America Invents Act of 2011 with the great promise of reduced costs and more accurate patent marking.  The purpose of marking an article is to provide constructive notice to the public that the article is patented. Failure to appropriately mark an article can preclude the recovery of damages for infringement until effective notice is given.
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What Ever Happened to Virtual Patent Marking?

  Hyperion Research's ongoing survey programs help us benchmark and analyze leading trends and issues in legal operations and performance - and report them to YOU. We're asking for 5 minutes of your time and your thoughts about Virtual Patent Marking
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The IPM Solution Accelerator Conference - San Francisco

Achieving IP Operational Excellence The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco September 21-22, 2015 Hyperion Research presents a truly one-of-a-kind event - the Solution Accelerator Conference.  We bring IP operations managers together with leading Industry Experts and IPM Solution Providers in a highly interactive forum focused on success in Intellectual Property Management.
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IP Portfolio and Spend Management

Intellectual property management (IPM) is a now a well-established practice and solution category for innovation- and brand-driven companies.   In developing management practices that are business-aligned, these intellectual property stakeholders rely on technology systems and tools for the informational foundation on which they build their strategies, processes and organizations.
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Workflow Automation in Intellectual Property Management

Intellectual Property groups have typically relied on their “docketing systems” as the central resource for managing task assignments, deadlines and other case-related information.  While a traditional docketing system provides important country rules and PTO procedures, these systems tend to be more limited in their workflow capabilities to automate processes across the IPM lifecycle or to meet unique client-defined requirements.
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