Recognized as Best Legal Information Solution
“It is truly an honor for Innography to be the only double-winner product in this year’s Content CODiE Awards,” said
As the “Best Legal Information Solution,” Innography was recognized for its leading industry information solution specifically focused on the legal profession. Innography’s true semantic search and proprietary analytics such as PatentStrength™ provide capabilities far beyond the usual patent search tools for legal researchers.
The “Best Service Using Aggregated Content” category recognized Innography for its ability to assemble, correct and correlate information from hundreds of intellectual property data sources from over 100 countries presenting results to users as a unified information source with innovative visualizations for unique insights.
“SIIA’s 2014 Content CODiE Award winners are some of the most innovative, high-impact content products out there,” said
The SIIA CODiE Awards are the industry's only peer-reviewed awards program, with over 700 product nominees in 2014. The first round review of all nominees is conducted by media, publishing and information services executives with considerable industry expertise, including members of the industry, analysts, media and bloggers, and bankers and investors. The judges are responsible for selecting the CODiE Awards finalists. SIIA members then vote on the finalist products and scores from both rounds are tabulated to select the winners.
For more information about the SIIA CODiE Awards, visit: http://www.siia.net/codies.
Innography provides better answers to questions about intellectual property to help organizations improve their business results. Innography’s proprietary software suite combines unique correlation and visualization technologies to enable users to quickly gain valuable insights for managing, extending and exploiting their patent portfolios. Founded in 2007 and based in
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About the SIIA CODiE™ Awards
The SIIA CODiE™ Awards were established in 1986 by the
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