29 June 2017
Boston
Reporter: Barney Dixon

Thompson Coburn chooses Anaqua


Thompson Coburn has partnered with IP management and analytics firm Anaqua.

The deal will allow Thompson Coburn’s IP practice group to use Anaqua for paperless management of patents, bringing its clients’ patent portfolios to a single platform to increase efficiency and reduce costs.

Bob Romeo, CEO of Anaqua, said: “Anaqua will help Thompson Coburn take its IP programme to the next level.”

“Our software will increase the firm’s workflow capabilities, allowing its attorneys to have access to all of their information in one system.”

Michelle Woods, IP practice support services supervisor at Thompson Coburn, said: “With Thompson Coburn continuing to expand, we needed one universal system that could be utilised and shared by attorneys and staff across offices.”

“With Anaqua, our attorneys now have everything at their hands to provide greater value to our clients.”

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