Alexandria, Va. (June 15, 2009) — Landon IP, Inc., the global leader in professional patent searching and analysis, continues to add new content to Intellogist, the free online tool that provides the intellectual property community with a revolutionary resource for finding objective information about patent searching tools and sharing best practices.
This latest update, available at http://www.intellogist.com, consists of the addition of a new system report for JP-NETe, a patent search system developed by Japan Patent Data Service Co. (JPDS). JP-NETe allows users to search Japanese unexamined patent documents in English. Documents are acquired from two sources: the JAIPO-produced Patent Abstracts of Japan Collection (PAJ) and, more recently, published documents from the Japanese Unexamined Gazette, which are machine-translated into English.
Masatoshi Nakata, President of JPDS, says, “We designed JP-NETe for non-Japanese patent professionals with specific values in mind: 1) immediate access to Japanese patent data (no time-lag), 2) value-added information to assist patent research projects (all drawings, extensive legal status and citation data, etc.) and 3) affordability of value-added patent information. I am pleased that Intellogist recognizes the importance of our service for the international patent community.”
“We encourage our users to continue to visit Intellogist to keep up with all of the latest information, as we will update the content throughout the year,” adds Julie Cook, Landon IP Product Manager. “And we always welcome the input and participation of our users in this innovative, community-based tool.”
Intellogist’s capabilities are invaluable to anyone involved in patent searching, whether they are identifying a system to use for a specific search or deciding what systems to purchase for their firm or company. In addition to the Landon IP-authored system reports, registered users benefit from, and can participate in, Intellogist’s community-based features, such as a discussion forum for posting and answering patent search-related questions and best practices articles on patent searching tools and techniques.
Interested users can go to http://www.intellogist.com to get free, immediate access to all of the currently available content.