Unprecedented transparency and control

Lecorpio Annuity Management

With Lecorpio Annuity Management, companies can leverage powerful reporting and analytics to make informed pruning decisions so that patent and family value, history, and renewal fees can be considered before each patent is renewed or let go. And by partnering with leading payment providers, Lecorpio remains focused on providing industry-leading reporting, analytics and technology to drive better decisions and streamline processes.

With Lecorpio Annuity Management, users can:

Key features include:

Advanced analytics

With Lecorpio Annuity Management companies can gain insight into portfolio costs, growth, and processing times by geography, patent family and business unit. Access to this information enables users to make informed data-driven decisions about what and where to renew.

“Our strategy is to partner with leading payment providers so that we remain focused on providing industry-leading reporting, analytics and technology to drive better decisions and streamline processes.”

Jay Madsen,
 Lecorpio, CEO

Configurable workflow

Lecorpio Annuity Management is configurable and works the way you do rather than making you conform to a best practice that isn’t yours. It offers both mid- and large-sized enterprise users the flexibility to handle diverse requirements, enabling users to gain full or partial consensus before final decisions to abandon are made.

Easy-to-use payment reconciliation

With an intuitive user interface, Lecorpio Annuity management enables users to reconcile payments and access full account history, balances and monthly invoices – so that there is never any question about the current status of payments.

Activity log

Lecorpio Annuity Management provides an audit trail, which tracks the actions of every reviewer, when the patent renewal status was updated, who made the change, and what the status was prior to the change.

Complimentary Webinar: Understanding the Implications of TC Heartland and Venue Reform

Join Fenwick & West’s Chair of Patent Litigation Practice, Michael Sacksteder on Thursday, June 29th at 10am PT / 1pm ET as he shares his perspectives on the ruling and the potential impact on patent litigation. Specifically, Michael will be covering:

  • TAn overview of the 8-0 ruling
  • The potential impact of the decision on competitor and NPE litigation
  • Other considerations for corporate counsel

This webinar is scheduled for Thursday, June 29th at 10am PT. It will run for one hour and conclude with a moderated Q&A.

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