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IPwe Showcases New SIAM Platform at Toshiba Booth

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IPwe Showcases New SIAM Platform at Toshiba Booth

IPwe Showcases New Smart Intangible Asset Management (SIAM) Platform at Toshiba Booth

IPwe exhibits with Toshiba Digital Solutions at the 2022 Patent Information Conference and Fair in Tokyo, Japan

Today at the Patent Information Conference and Fair in Tokyo, IPwe Inc. showcased its new Smart Intangible Asset Management platform alongside Toshiba. IPwe is leading the digital transformation of intellectual property in Japan and will demonstrate its platform for the first time to over 10,000 IP experts and over 1,000 companies in Tokyo this week to foster that effort.

Picture of IPwe's Satoshi Watanabe demoing SIAM with Toshiba

IPwe’s Smart Intangible Asset Management platform simplifies intellectual property by providing companies with answers and metrics about their portfolios through AI-driven patent quality assessments and portfolio valuation benchmarks, supporting transparent discussions and informed decisions across the business, from IP to legal, business, and finance professionals.

The Smart Intangible Asset Management platform is enabled by IPwe Digital Assets or patent NFTs. IPwe believes that IPwe Digital Assets will enable the digital transformation of intellectual property, or IP Dx, by providing more efficient management and blockchain-secured storage of IP data. IPwe Digital Assets ensure that innovation does not get lost, allowing companies to digitally capture all of their intellectual property, from trade secrets and know-how to pending applications and issued patents, acting as the single “source of truth” for verified data related to each asset in a company’s portfolio.

IPwe’s President, Leann Pinto, as well as the recently named Managing Director of IPwe Japan, Satoshi Watanabe, will be attending the 2022 Patent Information Fair and Conference this week alongside Toshiba to showcase IPwe’s platform and discuss the IP Dx powered by IPwe Digital Assets.

“We are very excited that the Japanese market appreciates the value and understands the impact that IPwe Digital Assets can provide to their business,” said Leann Pinto, IPwe President. “The digital transformation of intellectual property is coming into focus around the world, particularly in Japan, and we are proud to exhibit with Toshiba in Tokyo this week at the largest specialized trade fair for patent information and intellectual property.” Satoshi Watanabe, Managing Director of IPwe Japan, added: “We look forward to helping many businesses in Japan implement IPwe Digital Assets as part of their IP Dx, further enabling users to benchmark their portfolios against competitors, increase their company’s innovation utilization and return on investment, track portfolio development, and project future financial performance through the Smart Intangible Asset Management platform.”

To learn more about the Smart Intangible Asset Management platform, please visit IPwe’s Smart Intangible Asset Management product page.

 

 

 

 

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