MaxVal Group, a company that provides intellectual property management software for law firms and corporations, has entered into a strategic partnership with Relecura, a developer of AI-enabled patent analytics and insights, through which MaxVal will become a reseller of Relecura’s services and will integrate Relecura’s analytics into Symphony, its flagship IP management platform.

With this partnership, Symphony, a patent and trademark management platform used by corporations and law firms, will now feature Relecura’s AI-enabled analytics and insights. The integration of Relecura’s services into Symphony is slated to roll out in later this quarter.

This combination, MaxVal says, will give users access to a comprehensive set of services from within Symphony, enabling them to make more informed decisions and streamline their IP management processes.

Also as part of the partnership, MaxVal will act as a reseller of Relecura’s offerings, providing its customers with a more convenient and efficient way of procuring advanced IP analytics tools and solutions.

“We’ve chosen to partner with Relecura because they are the industry’s leader in AI-enabled IP analytics and insights, with AI solutions already in use at some of the world’s leading innovators,” said Kurt Wedel, chief revenue officer at MaxVal.

“By integrating their services into Symphony, we’re enhancing the capabilities of our platform, providing our users with unparalleled access to powerful IP analytics and insights, ultimately empowering them to make smarter, more strategic decisions.”

George Koomullil, CEO and founder of Relecura, said he is excited to partner with MaxVal and to bring Relecura’s IP and AI expertise to a wider audience.

“This is clearly a great fit – two technology leaders coming together. Working collaboratively, we aim to empower businesses and IP professionals with the AI-enabled solutions they need to navigate the complex landscape of intellectual property.”

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