ktMINE Revolutionizes Their Patent Research with Full-Text View

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Chicago, IL – 05/24/2022 – ktMINE, a global transactions research database and analytics platform specializing in the collection and organization of intellectual property (IP) information announced today the official launch of Patent Full-Text View, an enhancement that allows users to review only the most relevant patent abstracts, claims, and descriptions within the ktMINE platform. The Patent Full-Text View feature evolves how users analyze patents while driving research strategies through time savings.

“Our users desired a seamless way to access and review patent data in its entirety,” says Brett Schoell, ktMINE Product Lead. “The Full-Text View feature enhances the patent research experience. It allows users to instantly identify key information from the full-text of a patent while also connecting the information to our other datasets.”

Utilizing ktMINE’s latest enhancement positions users across several industries to quickly and confidently determine patentability, uncover a patent’s value, and formulate a strategy for the portfolio – ultimately leading to a competitive advantage.

With the immediate launch of this enhancement, users will benefit from:

  • Instantly locate specific keywords and phrases within available patent information
  • Access to the only database that provides the ability to effectively review full-text patent data connected to payment and assignment data
  • A streamlined full-text patent research experience

Patent Full-Text View is available today. For more information, reach out to ktMINE.

About ktMINE:

Located in Chicago, IL, ktMINE collects, organizes, and connects transactional and Intellectual Property data to help you quickly and confidently perform research. ktMINE then takes that data and turns it into real, actionable insights. Because ktMINE believes that there’s a big difference between data and intelligence. Learn more about ktMINE at www.ktMINE.com.

Media Contact: ktMINE, Amy Westrick.

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