BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Feb. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- CJPS Enterprises, LLC (http://www.cjps-enterprises.com) announced that it has created a new company to facilitate the marketing and licensing of intellectual property (IP).
The new company, e-IP, LLC (http://www.TechTransferOnline.com) is already making its website available to universities, research organizations, and large corporations to upload their intellectual property assets. "You have to fill the shelves of the store before you open the store to the public," said Christophe Sevrain, a serial entrepreneur who owns both companies. "We will open the site to everyone looking to license or acquire technologies this April".
Today, if someone is looking for intellectual property, they find that many websites have to be visited since each university usually only lists its own intellectual property. Christophe Sevrain knows this too well: for over twenty years, he has been identifying and licensing technologies for his companies, and for his clients.
So many features are unique on this portal, such as the ability to post unpublished patent applications using an online confidentiality agreement, to synching automatically with existing university websites, and even searching through multiple uploaded documents in any format, that the business process and website themselves are patent-pending.
Unlike other websites that purport to do the same thing, this one was designed by individuals that are on the "searching" side, and addresses all the concerns not dealt with by other such services. If numbers to date are any indication, http://www.TechTransferOnline.com expects to have more IP listed on its website at launch than any other in this space doing this for years.
Entities from Fortune 500 companies to university systems have already contacted http://www.TechTransferOnline.com to post their Intellectual Property assets. "Large corporations seem interested in getting revenues from intellectual property assets that can be used in fields outside their core businesses, and universities seem to value the assistance in marketing their patents," adds Sevrain.
Christophe Sevrain, who has over 20 patents of his own, is a creator of new products, processes and businesses in medical and electronics markets, an agent of change for companies looking for diversification, and an expert in technology commercialization. To learn more about CJPS Enterprises, visit http://www.cjps-enterprises.com.
Contact: Stacey Neir
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