Instant Insights into Company Innovation
ktMINE has developed an app that provides instant insight to a company’s innovation movements. Innovation represents a company’s most valuable asset, yet management goes out of their way to hide innovation activities. While other data sources exist (Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, S&P), this is the first time an app has been created to answer the question: what is a company’s current capabilities, future capabilities, and innovation activities?
Fast & Easy Research for Data-Driven Content
With ktMINE, quickly uncover new insights, tell untold stories, and find new angles about companies that other journalists/publications may have missed. Access innovation & intangible asset data all in one place for fast and easy research. Coupled with the Alerts feature, stay on top of innovations in your beat with direct updates on companies, industries or technologies.
ktMINE, headquartered in Chicago, IL, is an innovation and intangible assets information firm founded in 2008, focusing on finding, organizing and connecting the world’s ever-changing innovation and IP information.
Michael Taylor, Co-Founder & CEO
The ‘Father’ of ktMINE technology, Mike custom-built the application infrastructure and data mining engine that powers all ktMINE products. As the leader of all technology and development initiatives, Mike oversees everything from back office integration to web application architecture and development.
Christopher Teglia, CPA,CMA, Chief Financial Officer
As the Chief Financial Officer at ktMINE, Chris manages our general and administrative operations, advising on all strategic decisions, and helping build the infrastructure of the firm. An Aggressive and disciplined financial leader his experience ranges from mergers, acquisitions to business restructurings. Chris thrives in both turnaround and growth environments.
John Wiora, Chief Operating Officer
As the Director of Operations at ktMINE, John ensures that the day-to-day operations and innovations best serve the needs of the market. Wiora leads the analyst team and investigates how intellectual property and licensing research can be improved to provide insightful trends around companies and industries. John has collaborated and conducted research for various industry articles.
Questel January 2016
- Competitive Intelligence
- Transfer Pricing
ktMINE Search allows users to perform an all-in-one search of our data for industries, companies, or technologies. Search gives users the ability to find company, license agreement, patent, royalty rate, IP news, and patent assignment data. Our technologists and analysts have devised innovative ways to link data sets, revealing connections that were previously impossible to find. Alerts allow users a hands-off approach to stay on top of their industry and be updated on any changes to their search.
ktMINE Reports is a comprehensive look at a company’s entire intangible asset activity, including current and pending intangible asset portfolio, recent news, M&A rumors and deals, connections and licensing information. Our analysts pull data from our repositories and reveal unseen connections that help uncover or validate a company’s innovation strategy.
Royalty Rates App
ktMINE Royalty Rates App provides an organized gateway to canvass the landscape of IP licensing payments and terms. Full licensing details are captured and complete agreements are viewable to enable thorough due diligence.
ktMINE Agreements App provides nearly 100,000 full text IP licensing agreements, with agreements continually added. The app can be used to validate transactions by evaluating how companies structure documents.
The Commercialization App can increase the probability of successfully commercializing any given technology by providing instant access to market participants, royalty rates and deal structures for any technology.
Select Media Mentions
Select Academic Mentions
- Announcement and Report Concerning Advance Pricing Agreements
- The Market for Software Innovation through the Lens of Patent Licenses and Sales, C. Chien, Santa Clara University
- The Myths and Facts of Patent Troll and Excessive Payment: Have Non-Practicing Entities (NPEs) Been Overcompensated?, J. Lu, IPMAP
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