PRN: Thomson Reuters Delivers Critical Trademark Content on Mobile Devices with New Watch Functionality
Thomson Reuters Delivers Critical Trademark Content on Mobile Devices with New Watch Functionality
- Watch on SERIONÂ® Advanced improves the efficiency of global trademark monitoring
NORTH QUINCY, Massachusetts, April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomson CompuMark, a business of the Intellectual Property & Science division of Thomson Reuters and the global leader in trademark searching and brand protection solutions, today announced the launch of its new Watch on SERIONÂ® Advanced. This enhanced service for trademark professionals provides instant access to critical watch intelligence â�“ via a computer or through mobile smartphonesâ�“ for timely fact finding.
"With ever-increasing workloads and resource constraints, trademark professionals need innovative solutions for getting more done in less time," said Shawn O'Brien, director of Product Development for Thomson CompuMark. "New Watch on SERION Advanced addresses this need with powerful capabilities that significantly enhance speed and efficiency, while giving users greater certainty about potential trademark conflicts. We will continue to extend the capabilities of Watch on SERION to help our clients make more informed decisions and save valuable time."
Designed for trademark professionals and teams managing significant watch portfolios, Watch on SERION Advanced provides greater power and efficiency. Key features include:
Trademark professionals can use these advanced capabilities as part of their existing Watch on SERION subscription until their portfolio renewal date.
For more information on Watch on SERION Advanced, go to http://trademarks.thomsonreuters.com/advanced.
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