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Harnessing the power of Patent Analytics

Published, 3 March 2022

How to use patent data to support strategic decision-making

The pace of innovation in technology is extremely high, with an overwhelming range of information available. However, there is one valuable source that is often underestimated: patent data.

  • How to use Patent Analytics to reveal new application areas and diversification opportunities for your patented technologies; and
  • How to derive valuable business insights from Patent Analytics to achieve your strategic and operational goals.

ADDING VALUE WITH PATENT ANALYTICS

Download the eBook to discover:

1. 5 ways to use Patent Analytics to identify potential applications for a new technology
2. 
How to use Patent Analytics to define an IP strategy and roadmap to support your business goals
3. 
Four other types of ‘unexploited’ value that can be found in patent data
4. 
Examples of real-world applications of patent analysis
5. 
How to integrate Patent Analytics tools into your IP department

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