DETROIT, March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Intellectual Property Associates Network (ipan), a global leader in intellectual property management services, has been recognized as a disruptive player in the IP service industry in Hyperion Global Partners' latest MarketView™ Report. The report recognizes ipan for its unique global partner network, integration with multiple advanced software solutions and breadth of services.
In the report, Hyperion describes ipan as uniquely positioned "to offer lower costs for higher value services" and notes that disrupters like ipan "are upping the ante, not only offering lower cost services derived from innovation, leverage, efficiency and resourcefulness, but also more notably changing the conversation for more sophisticated and novel solutions previously believed to be non-outsourceable."
"We are pleased to be recognized for our innovative approach to IP management and administration," said Anton Bory, CEO of ipan. "We work closely with our global partner network to deliver services that are not only tailored to our clients' unique needs, but also cost effective and secure."
"There exists a tension between the traditional IP services model, and the new, innovative offerings of upstarts," said Eyal Iffergan, President of Hyperion Global Partners. 'ipan presents a compelling example for how to step into the nascent territory of disruption to define the new market for IPBM."
Hyperion's MarketView™ Report introduces and defines the next generation of IP Management: Intellectual Property Business Management (IPBM). According to the report, "As companies begin to mature their operational capabilities with the integration of business stakeholders and drivers into their performance models, there is demand for sophisticated technologies that understand and drive the IPBM model, and provide both depth and breadth of features and capabilities."
About Hyperion Research
Hyperion Research is the industry's leading source for Legal Solutions Market Intelligence. We work with law firms, law departments and other legal service organizations to make intelligent, fact-based decisions about how to improve their operational performance. The profession's leaders, innovators and trend-makers have come to rely on Hyperion Research as the premier provider of independent market research, analysis and advisory services. We provide unparalleled insight to the leading trends in legal strategy, operations, and technology. Hyperion's analyst-based research and benchmarking informs 8 out of every 10 practice management system selections each year.
Hyperion Research's MarketView™ report provides a comprehensive review of the solution market for "end-to-end" Intellectual Property lifecycle management. The report provides a guidebook for Intellectual Property solution evaluation, including market trends and dynamics, key components expected from leading solutions, an overview of vendors in the solution area, and guiding principles for selecting and implementing solutions. For more information, visit http://www.hgpresearch.com.
ipan represents a new approach to the worldwide management and administration of intellectual property rights. With a global partnership of more than 100 leading IP firms managing service in more than 240 jurisdictions, ipan delivers unmatched levels of IP service for the entire IP lifecycle, including IP budget optimization and predictability. ipan's wide range of solutions include maintenance of IP rights, TM filings, PCT national phase filings, EP Validations and IP management software. ipan is the fastest growing provider and has become one of the largest IP service companies in the world, with more than one million IP rights under management. The company's U.S. headquarters are in Troy, Michigan. The company's global headquarters are in Munich, Germany. For more information, visit http://www.ipan-services.com/.
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