Access to information is paramount, but most important is knowing how to effectively use it. Our highly-training analysts not only know where to search, they know how to search. That means we know the ins and outs of the myriad of patent databases and non-patent technical literature databases we access throughout the world. Trust Ensemble IP to know where to search, how to search, and in what language to search.
Leverage our Global Patent Search Capabilities for a Comprehensive Approach
Search patent office records in local language or by hand
Multiple databases providing global patent coverage and non-patent technical literature
Experts at keyword, classification, and citation searching
Expertise in specialized search techniques for sequences, chemical structures, and Markush groups
Manual and Hand-searching at libraries and patent offices globally
Ensemble IP is headquartered in Washington, DC., advising clients across 3 continents:
United States and Canada
Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan
United Kingdom, Germany, France, Switzerland, Nordic countries
Resources, Coverage, and Foreign Language Options
The company’s origins began with manual searching at the USPTO Search Room. As the industry developed, Ensemble IP’s leaders adopted modern search approaches, including the use of multiple databases and full-text native language searching, and were selected to conduct PCT patent searches in 3 successive contracts at the USPTO in 2005, 2006, and 2011.
During that time, they built the largest private global patent search firm in the world with hundreds of employees in North America, Europe, Japan, China, and India. After witnessing failed experiments in semantic search and crowdsourcing, we opened Ensemble IP to, once again, raise the bar on professional patent searching. We achieve this by blending the results of highly skilled patent analysts with the most powerful AI tools available in the marketplace.