BizInt Solutions Launches Smart Charts for Patents 4.0 to Enable Efficient Reporting and Analysis of Search Results

By CIOReview | Friday, September 18, 2015
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COLUMBUS, OH: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a provider of  current, complete, secure and interlinked digital information environment for scientific discovery and BizInt Solutions, a provider of software solutions announce the launch Smart Charts for Patents 4.0 enabling individuals to aggregate, examine, refine and act upon information from various patent information resources.

The latest collaboration aims at empowering search professionals who use STN to seamlessly progress from precision searching to customized reporting and analysis for Intellectual Property (IP) research, discovery and decision support. It is a new data transfer format that optimizes integration of STN search results into the culminating, post‑search analysis stage of the IP search workflow.

 STN is a modern, web-based search solution for IP professionals. It offers access to essential, curated content through an intuitive, project-oriented interface. The consolidation of the reporting and analytical expertise of BizInt Smart Charts with the content and search power of STN allows search professionals to find the needed effective insight to drive sound business decisions.

BizInt Smart Charts for Patents 4.0 supports STN value-added bibliographic databases, including CAplus and Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) from Thomson Reuters, non-patent literature databases and all full-text patent databases. It also includes support for additional databases such as substance and structure databases.

"Innovation-focused organizations around the world have used BizInt Smart Charts and STN for years to create high-quality, customized reports integrating data from IP databases, we are pleased to work with the STN development team to deliver an enhanced experience to our mutual user community, and we look forward to extending the benefits of BizInt Smart Charts for Patents to more STN users." says Diane Webb, President of BizInt Solutions.