INDIANAPOLIS, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Digonex Technologies, Inc. today announced the filing of a patent infringement lawsuit against Qcue, Inc. in the United States District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division. The lawsuit claims infringement of two Digonex patents related to its dynamic pricing technology:
- Patent # 8095424 - Dynamic pricing of items based on sales criteria
- Patent # 8112303 – Digital online exchange for pricing items to exhaust inventory by an expiration time
"We believe in robust and fair competition and we welcome it, but we cannot allow a competitor to unfairly offer a service that infringes on our intellectual property," said Jan Eglen, PhD., CEO of Digonex. "We are focused on preserving the hard work and development our company has put into its dynamic pricing technologies," continued Eglen. "Inventiveness is at the heart of what we do and we will protect our intellectual and financial investments and pursue legal action against those who violate our patents."
Digonex has invested substantial resources in research and development of dynamic pricing tools during the last 10 years. Over that time the company has sought to protect that investment with a significant patent portfolio, which includes eight issued patents and 11 further applications pending at the USPTO.
Digonex focuses primarily on development of automated and optimized pricing platforms for e-commerce, allowing client companies to increase customer retention and maximize revenue. Digonex has been awarded eight patents for its innovative pricing systems. For more information, visit Digonex.com.
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SOURCE Digonex Technologies, Inc.