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Join a defensive aggregator and what is your financial return?

By Kent Richardson and Erik Oliver

Defensive aggregator models continue to evolve to address the challenge posed by patent assertion entities. While determining the financial return on these can be challenging, there are solutions – as a work-through of the LOT Network proposition demonstrates

Companies are unlikely to participate in any defensive aggregator solution if the benefits are unclear. Return on investment (ROI) helps to drive decision making and secure buy-in from other members of the executive team. The more quantifiable the ROI, the better. We use the LOT Network as a case study for ROI calculations for a defensive aggregator.

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