TAMPA, Fla., April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Helios Intellectual Property today announced that it has launched its managed services business. Driven by the IP industry's need for more flexible, performance oriented operations, Helios offers corporate intellectual property departments a new approach to managing their operations. Helios will be led by Ralph Schroeder, a recognized leader in the IP management industry. Helios is actively working with a number of clients on projects to optimize their IP operations, and will be at the upcoming annual meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA) on May 2 – May 6, 2015, in San Diego.
Helios was founded to address the challenges companies face in managing their complex intellectual property operations and administration. Built on its proprietary Integrated IPM Solution model, Helios is the first to offer an IP-specific managed services model. With Helios, companies of all sizes are able to streamline their IP management activities to achieve greater efficiency, quality and cost-effectiveness.
"We have found that IP departments waste huge amounts of valuable staff time and financial resources on important but non-core activities," said Schroeder. "The challenge for many organizations is that current IP services are more narrowly defined point solutions that do not fundamentally address the broader operational needs of clients. We bring these activities together in a single integrated solution that includes both IP expertise and an industry leading software platform."
As part of its launch, Helios will also be hosting an upcoming online event series on the advantages of managed services to IP departments. To register for the event and to learn more about working with Helios, please visit www.helios-ip.com.
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