About Us

Patinformatics, LLC is an advisory firm established to assist the members of the patinformatics community whether they be individual practitioners, database or tool builders, patent offices, universities or corporations. Services include new product development assistance, patent and portfolio valuation, patent landscaping for business decision making and training in patent analytics.

Anthony (Tony) Trippe is the Managing Director of Patinformatics, LLC. Tony has been a patent information professional for more than eighteen years and has spent the last fifteen years specializing in technical intelligence and patent analytics. Tony is listed in IAM Magazine’s Strategy 300 publication recognizing the top 300 IP Strategists in the world. He was also asked to produce guidelines for the creation of Patent Landscapes on behalf of WIPO. The publication of these guidelines will take place in the Fall of 2013.

He was Technical Intelligence Manager at P&G where he was responsible for evangelizing the use of patent analytics for business decision making at the company. Tony was Practice Director at Aurigin Systems where he traveled the world working with companies of all sizes use patent analytics for competitive advantage. While at CAS Tony was the principle architect behind the development of Analyze Plus, STN AnaVist and SubScape for SciFinder. As Director, IP Analytics at 3LP Advisors Tony developed methods for analyzing and validating individual patent documents and portfolios by measuring indicators associated with the examination of patents during prosecution.

Tony is a sought after speaker and trainer and has been invited to participate in conferences and projects by Patent Offices in the United States, China, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan. Tony is currently Immediate Past-Chair of the Patent Information Users Group after serving as Chair from 2010-2012.

Tony’s LinkedIn profile can be found at http://www.linkedin.com/in/tonytrippe.

Tony’s Professional Journey, courtesy of SlideShare is provided below: