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Ocean Tomo Study Ranks Top 25 Most Inventive Companies for Bloomberg BusinessWeek,
Date:1/19/2010

e rating or even licensing income; both are indirect effects” notes Malackowski. “The ultimate measure of value is the portfolio's effect on earnings and stock price. Our rating system has proven to be a forward looking indication of stock value with proven out-performance over a sustained period of time.”

Top 25 firms selected cumulatively account for about $1.6 Trillion in annual sales and enterprise value of about $2.5 Trillion (median revenue of $53 Billion with a firm value of $46 Billion). The inventions of these firms significantly influence the global economy and their respective industry sectors such as Computers, Wireless, Medical/Pharmaceutical, Industrials, Semiconductors and Consumer Electronics.

By studying the patents issued to a company over the past five years, Ocean Tomo determines how inventive a firm is using its proprietary patent quality measure, the IPQ® score (as provided by www.patentratings.com). The IPQ® score is a numerical measure of patent quality with a median value set at 100. “To use IPQ® scores as a proxy for measuring the inventiveness of a firm, we time adjust (e.g., age, technology obsolescence rates) the data, recognizing that a patent has a finite useful life,” explains Barney. “Although the business community has historically leveraged financial data and market share information to assess relative competitiveness of firms, going forward, it will be critical to identify inventive strength.”    

Ocean Tomo reports that the total Inventiveness Index of a firm signifies inventive prowess of a company as well as its likely ability to have a defensible advantage in the marketplace. Collectively such data demonstrates an indication of true value creation ability.

Methodology for Top 25 Most Inventive Company Selection

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