PiVerse utilizes and blends resources from multiple communities, including science, engineering, industry, and finance, to provide a range of services relating to IP analytics and commercialization. These diverse resources provide PiVerse with the ability to provide balanced insights into issues that involve a combination of legal, technological, commercial, and financial elements. Many of these multi-disciplinary issues arise in the context of certain types of corporate events, such as mergers and acquisitions, corporate expansions, and implementation of monetization strategies.

In order to support our clients throughout these types of corporate events, PiVerse utilizes a variety of tools and software apps to analyze the relevant issues and then represent the results of our analyses in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our results are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective. We routinely analyze IP portfolios with regard to ownership issues, and provide reports focusing on and summarizing chains of title, assignments, exclusive and non-exclusive licenses, etc. As one example, PiVerse is adept at analyzing large numbers of separate license agreements and providing comprehensive and coherent reports on which our clients can rely in making a host of legal and business decisions. As another example, PiVerse has the resources and multi-disciplinary expertise to analyze IP portfolios and provide portfolio summarizations, categorizations, rankings, valuations, and other analytics to support a range of corporate activities. Some of our clients, such as financial organizations, private equity groups, and venture capitalists, incorporate our services relating to IP analytics and commercialization into their investment strategies and base their business decisions on our advice.

PiVerse’s multi-disciplinary teams of professionals are adept at summarizing IP portfolios and drafting summarization reports, which are tailored to addressing a wide range of client specific issues and goals, and on which our clients base a variety of legal and business decisions. Each of our reports is drafted in a format that best suits the issues addressed and the context in which the report is provided. We utilize a variety of tools and software apps to represent our IP portfolio summaries in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our summaries are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective.

It is often beneficial to categorize IP based on various criteria in the context of larger projects, such as to facilitate valuations, summarizations, and audits, during various types of corporate events. PiVerse’s multi-disciplinary teams of professionals are adept at categorizing IP portfolios based on any relevant criteria, such as technological field, patent ownership or other rights, temporal issues, commercial activity or events, duration of patent rights remaining, etc., and drafting reports that are tailored to facilitate valuations, summarizations, and audits. We utilize a variety of tools and software apps to represent our IP categorizations in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our categorizations are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective.

PiVerse’s multi-disciplinary teams of professionals routinely rank patents and other forms of IP based on any one or multiple relevant criteria, such as breadth of protection afforded, estimated monetary or other value, relatedness to a specified technological field or commercial activity, duration of patent rights remaining, etc. Our patent ranking reports are typically not drafted in a vacuum, and instead are tailored to address a wide range of client specific issues and goals, and on which our clients base a variety of legal and business decisions. Each of our patent ranking reports is drafted in a format that best suits the issues addressed and the context in which the report is provided. We utilize a variety of tools and software apps to represent our patent ranking reports in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our reports are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective.

PiVerse routinely analyzes IP portfolios with regard to ownership issues, and provides reports focusing on and summarizing chains of title, assignments, exclusive and non-exclusive licenses, etc. As one example, PiVerse is adept at analyzing large numbers of separate license agreements and providing comprehensive and coherent reports on which our clients can rely in making a host of legal and business decisions. Our multi-disciplinary teams of professionals also provide PiVerse with the ability to supplement our analyses with recommendations for expanding our clients’ ownership rights. Each of our reports is drafted in a format that best suits the ownership issues addressed and the context in which the report is provided. We utilize a variety of tools and software apps to represent our reports in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our reports are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective.

Our multi-disciplinary teams of professionals, which include resources from multiple communities, including science, engineering, industry, and finance, provide PiVerse with a unique ability to offer a range of services relating to IP valuation. PiVerse routinely provides valuation estimates of IP based on a variety of diverse factors, such as scope of protection afforded, overall commercial applicability, revenue of commercial activities relevant to the scope of protection, length of patent term remaining, predicted changes in the relevant market, impediments to monetization efforts, etc. Each of our IP valuation reports provides the desired level of detail, and is drafted in a format that best suits the valuation issues addressed. We utilize a variety of tools and software apps to represent our IP valuation reports in any desired format, and where appropriate incorporate graphics, tabs, and other visual techniques so that our reports are represented in a manner that is intuitive from the reader’s perspective.

Our ability to utilize and blend resources from multiple communities, including science, engineering, industry, and finance, provide PiVerse with the ability to offer a wide range of services relating to IP analytics and commercialization beyond those specifically enumerated herein. PiVerse welcomes the opportunity to tailor our services to satisfy the IPO analytics and commercialization requirements of our clients. Our flexible approach not only involves tailoring our analyses and reports to satisfy our clients’ requirements, but also forming assigning teams of professionals with backgrounds and skills that that are uniquely suited to specific projects. PiVerse also welcomes our clients’ input in assigning professionals to their matters.