ktMINE’s Eric Podlogar was a speaker at the LES 2017 Spring Meeting that took place on May 9th through the 11th in Washington D.C. At ktMINE, Eric is the lead of the IP Strategy & Valuation market, specializing in technical demonstrations and consultations with over 12 years of experience in business intelligence and IP licensing.
Authored by David R. Jarczyk, John Wiora and Danielle Lambert. Findings previously presented in issue 61 of IAM dispelled the myth that patent count is the only information needed for a strong and valuable IP portfolio. This year, an update of that research is taken further by providing examples of IP portfolio management and the gathering of competitive intelligence. Versions Published
Find Licensed Patents In addition to aggregating the world’s intellectual property, we are dedicated to connecting the data and finding hidden revelations. By utilizing publicly available information and interconnected data sets, IP professionals can discover once hidden pieces of information. In the past, it may have been nearly impossible to see how automobile glass, commercial
At ktMINE, we value the feedback we receive from our customers. In addition to the recent enhancements to Royalty Rate Finder Analysis Center and Search Center, we have just released an updated excel template for all exports. In order to streamline the analysis and calculation process, Royalty Rate Finder exports now contain license, sublicense and
What’s the Difference Between SIC Code and Industry? Jeffrey Cozzo, Managing Director at ktMINE, discusses the pitfalls of relying solely on SIC code when conducting IP analyses.
Co-authored by David R. Jarczyk and Daniel T. Jarczyk, this article address the challenges analysts face when trying to locate key licensing terms from within intangibles license agreements that vary in size, structure, and intricacy. David and Daniel leverage their insights from analyzing more than 40,000 intangibles license agreements to provide guidance that can help analysts more efficiently and
Co-authored by C J Isom and David R. Jarczyk, This paper investigates various drivers of innovation within small businesses, as well as the role that innovation plays in creating value in small businesses. The analysis suggests that additions in employee headcount increase innovation while growth in sales does not increase innovation. The analysis also finds that