IP Management Made Easy
Manage Your Intellectual Property From Idea Through Portfolio
Capture Great Ideas
Select The Best Ideas
File Patents Quicker
Optimize Your IP Portfolio
AppColl Invention Manager
For the Corporate IP Team
AppColl’s Invention Manager optimizes the idea phase of the intellectual property lifecycle. It provides a simple and easy-to-use interface for inventors to submit their inventions, get feedback and see their work move through the review process. It provides the patent committee the tools necessary to efficiently make the best patent filing decisions. Configure the Invention Manager to match your review work flow, disclosure form, scoring method, bonus awards and communication requirements. Create automated graphical reports to monitor and optimize activities. Track and predict spending to help manage your IP portfolio budget.
We’ve designed AppColl’s Invention Manager to work with your enterprise software systems. We support single-sign-on (SSO) and can accept and generate automated data feeds to and from your other corporate software systems, including HR data for inventors.
AppColl Prosecution Manager
For Law Firms or Corporate Patent Professionals
Appcoll’s Proscecution Manager improves the productivity and accuracy of the prosecution phase of the intellectual property lifecycle. AppColl’s patent & trademark management tools provide all essential IP management functions including docketing tasks, contacts, matters, document storage, billing, prior art and reporting. Generate popular PTO forms populated with information from your account with a single click. Create great looking invoices designed for IP attorneys. AppColl integrates with the USPTO’s Private Pair, TSDR and the EPO’s Espacenet databases to allow for automated account setup and docket updates.
We’ve made setup for the Prosecution Manager easy. Simply send us a spreadsheet of your patent and trademark application numbers and we will get your data imported in a few days. Any information you have in electronic form can likely be imported into AppColl.