Instant Access to RoyaltySource Reports
At the core of IPSCIO is the RoyaltySource® intellectual property dataset. Included are license and purchase agreements focused on IP sourced from public documents filed with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission over the last 20 years.
The RoyaltySource dataset is composed of transaction information such as:
- A summary of the property licensed or purchased
- Compensation details, including royalty or lump-sum payments
- Names of the parties to the agreements
- Deal structure
- Full text agreements/contracts
Simply the Best Semantic Search Available for IP
IPSCIO offers the most widely utilized professional patent search tool that enables better search success by providing conceptual search capabilities. Researchers can enter large blocks of text, patent numbers and concepts to find highly relevant documents quickly and accurately. Search systems based solely upon keyword lookup and Boolean queries are difficult to master and can lead to missed or inaccurate information. With IPSCIO, one can focus on locating the right information, instead of worrying about the specific query techniques needed to ensure accuracy.
Go Beyond Patents: Non-Patent Literature Sources
IPSCIO has a growing list of NPL Sources and we believe that NPL should not be a One-Size-Fits-All model. Instead we leverage our Content Engineering Platform to crawl and customize a wide variety of content to create specialized NPL Datasets that are purpose built for internal use or as part of your application. Typical source types include but are not limited to:
- Open Access & Premium Journals
- Technical Standards
- Industry specific websites, news sites and associations
- Company websites that include technical product information
- Contact Us to specify and create your own sources!
IPSCIO RoyaltySource is the longest running Royalty Rate and Licensing Agreement database in the market. Since 1997, we delivered more than 55,000 searches to customers in more than 100 countries. Now we also offer the ability to search our databases directly.