For Corporations and Universities
Patinformatics, LLC is available to provide project work associated with understanding how patents can be incorporated into the overall business goals and strategy within an organization as well as valuing them. Depending on the business needs of the organization and the strategic decisions it is faced with Patinformatics, LLC can provide analytic support to ensure that decisions are made based on data as opposed to instinct. Patinformatics, LLC provides data-driven decisions.
For Database Producers
Standardization and normalization of patent data is of critical importance to patent analysts. Often it takes more time to clean-up and organize patent data into a useful form than it does to do the analysis itself. The extraction, transfer, and loading of patent data can also be an extremely time-consuming task. With our extensive experience in applying patent information for analysis Patinformatics, LLC can help with the building, normalization, standardization, and utilization of patent databases for subsequent use by patent analysts. We are also available to provide marketing materials which showcase the use of your database and how it can be applied to specific patent analysis issues.
For Analysis Tools Builders
Understanding the workflows involved in conducting a proper analysis project is as much art as science. There are also various elements to these analyses which can be confusing and difficult to create a user interface around unless the team involved has direct experience in conducting the analysis themselves. Patinformatics, LLC staff have worked on many projects developing work flows and case studies associated the building of patent analysis tools. In particular, Mr. Trippe was the principle architect in the creation of STN AnaVist and SubScape for SciFinder from CAS. Patinformatics, LLC is also available to provide marketing materials which showcase the use of your tool and how it can be applied to specific patent analysis issues.
For Patent Offices
Patinformatics, LLC can provide training as well as work with staff on projects which demonstrate the innovative nature of individual countries, and the critical role that patents play in promoting economic well-being within a country.