03 February 2017
Reporter: Barney Dixon

CPA Global releases Memotech 7

CPA Global has released a major update to its Memotech enterprise software platform.

Memotech 7 will bring major productivity enhancements and decision-making support to corporate IP departments.

It will support a significantly enhanced user interface for improved user experience, making it faster at carrying out time sensitive tasks and easier to access insightful IP information and analytics in real-time.

Memotech will also be integrated with patent analysis tools from PatentScout following CPA Global’s acquisition of Innography.

This will provide users direct access to high quality patent data and private search capabilities.

Memotech will be a key component of The IP Platform, CPA Global’s new integrated technology system.

Simon Webster, CEO at CPA Global said: “Technology should be a facilitator for better business decision making.”

“This release of Memotech 7 is one more step on our journey to delivering the Future of IP. We will continue to invest in the development of ground breaking products that will radically transform the way IP professionals work across the entire IP lifecycle—both today and in the future.”

Memotech 7 comes recommended by Eyal Iffergan, president of Hyperion Research, who said: “CPA Global and Memotech are recognised leaders in IP Management software and services, and this new release exemplifies their continued commitment to effective IP Management.”

“Memotech 7 was designed with class-leading technology to introduce thoughtful tools focused on helping make the complex work of IP management more efficient, more productive, and especially more approachable.”

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