Intellectual property management

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An effective and comprehensive intellectual property management system for an organization is one of the key challenges for running a successful business. This is primarily due to the fact that intellectual property is one of the most important intangible assets of any large organization. 

The development of strategies for the management of intellectual property is one of the leading components of the marketing policy of modern business. Interest in intellectual property management is associated with the possibility of obtaining additional income from the monopoly use of new technologies or the sale of patents and licenses. 

For the development of strategies for the management of intellectual property, the results of the assessment of intellectual property will also be useful. 

The following data can be used to manage IP objects: 

  • Analysis of patents for IP objects in a certain area, maintaining a register of patent strategy. 

  • Estimating the value and value of patents. 

  • Monitoring of violations of legal protection and patent rights. 

  • Tracking the patent activity of competitors: current and potential. 

  • Licensing of patents. 

  • Appointment of responsible persons to control the IP management process in various directions. 

  • Assessment of financial and human resources involved in the management of IP objects.

All data obtained as a result of a comprehensive analysis of IP objects will be summarized and, as a result, a strategy for managing IP objects in your specific situation will be obtained.

Getting a patent is not enough - you need to manage it competently!

Each organization develops its own strategies for managing intellectual property. Such strategies are based on the analysis of the intellectual property object throughout the entire life cycle: from the emergence of an idea and the creation of the first working prototypes to the registration of a patent, the introduction of technical development into industrial production and the disposal of rights to it, including their protection, transfer and sale, an assessment of their value. expiration of their validity period. And also, when defining an IP management strategy, one should identify the existing IP objects and their legal status, analyze how “intangible” assets are used and determine their additional capabilities.


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