Welcome to the new-look IAM platform

As you have no doubt noticed by now, IAM has a new look. We are excited to launch this re-designed platform, which the team has put together with the primary goal of making it as simple and efficient as possible for readers to get the most out of their IAM subscriptions.

A re-worked homepage and streamlined navigation spotlight the key content sets that are part of the IAM offering: daily market intelligence from correspondents on three continents, detailed reports on the issues that matter to in-house IP executives and in-depth analysis of exclusive patent data.

The platform now features dedicated homes for our quarterly Special Reports and Panel Reports; as well as our weekly Long Reads series, all of which are exclusively available to subscribers.

We have also created a special section for our extensive data-driven coverage: the Data Analysis page aggregates our day-to-day analysis of IP market metrics, while the Data Hub makes it easy to explore some of IAM’s longest-running data-based features – including surveys, patent portfolio and prosecution league tables and reports on the patent transactions space.

In addition, a new Archive page collects nearly 20 years' worth of past content, including over 100 back issues of IAM magazine.

For subscribers and non-subscribers alike, the platform also features brand-new and vastly improved portals for users to explore our two market-leading resources for identifying world-class IP experts – the IAM Patent 1000 and the IAM Strategy 300.

We have also re-organised the way we present a treasure trove of insight content from leading experts in the field of IP value creation, in the form of our Global Guides, Region/Industry Guides and Market Insight.

Transition to this new platform also includes an exciting new re-brand for IAM. Our new brand identity firmly reenforces our position within the Law Business Research family of legal intelligence platforms, which also include Lexology, WTRGlobal Arbitration Review (GAR), Global Banking Regulation Review (GBRR), Global Competition Review (GCR), Global Data Review (GDR), Global Investigations Review (GIR), Global Restructuring Review (GRR) and Latin Lawyer.

Finally, as with any IT project of this magnitude, there may be a few hiccups over the next couple of days, so please bear with us as we work to ensure that everything is functioning properly.

Thank you for your support and we look forward to providing you with news, analysis and data that helps you better serve your organisations and clients in the year to come.

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