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For years, Sagacious has been helping world leading organizations and IAM law firms with critical patent information. Corporations across the globe have betted billions of dollars relying on Sagacious patent search reports and recommendations and we have never let them down. Our reports have been successfully cited in critical litigation matters in court of law and have been a routine occurance in board room meetings for critical decisions.
Sagacious has been pioneer in combining multi-lingual and multi-disciplinary manpower with its unique collaborative search methodologies that ensures patent as well as non-patent information is always accurate and complete.

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Thomson Innovation, Questel Orbit, Derwent, PatBase, STN, National Patent Databases of Individual (100+) Countries, CNKI, WanFang Data, J-Stage, CiNii, ScienceDirect, Springerlink, IEEE, ACM, PubMed, PubChem... See the complete list >>

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