Intellectual Property (IP) costs are complex and constantly changing. Managing and forecasting IP spend for clients and giving strategic advice on maximising portfolio value requires accurate and up-to-date IP cost data.
Forecast is an advanced, secure and easy-to-use app on The IP Platform, that allows you to more accurately track and predict the costs of prosecutions, filings, renewals and fees across your clients’ entire patent, trademark and design portfolio.
Comprehensive portfolio filing and maintenance forecast tools help you support your clients with strategic decision-making.
Our worldwide network of IP attorneys monitor, collect and validate IP costs ensure you and your clients make accurate and informed filing and portfolio management decisions.
Quick and easy integration with any IP Management Solution helps increase data accuracy and eliminates the need for multiple data inputs. Forecast is available on The IP Platform allowing seamless navigation between CPA Global applications.
Supports all IP types
Forecast supports Patents, Trademarks and registered Designs in a single forecasting solution that covers all aspects of your client’s IP portfolio.
Support for all your clients’ patents, registered designs and trademarks by providing a single budget forecasting solution that covers all aspects of IP.
Featuring more than 50 standard reporting options, Forecast delivers annual, quarterly or monthly reports, renewal reports, advanced scenario building, single family reports, summary overview, PCT national filing/ quotation, custom reports and more.
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A connected new world for idea lifecycle management. Single sign-on to The IP Platform allows you to seamlessly navigate between CPA Global applications.
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