Corsearch and INCOPRO Team Up to Protect Brands in the Marketplace

LONDON–(BUSINESSWIRE)– 20 April 2017

Corsearch will work with INCOPRO to provide a complete suite of brand protection services to its customers

INCOPRO, a leading provider of online brand protection and enforcement solutions, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Wolters Kluwer’s Corsearch, provider of trademark clearance, domain name management and brand protection solutions.

INCOPRO’s proprietary software, TALISMAN platform monitors the Internet for infringements and analyses data in real time to immediately determine where action needs to be taken. The platform will work alongside Corsearch’s existing tools which will ensure domain portfolios and trademarks are secured and fully protected.

INCOPRO’s technology and service is used by some of the most well-known global brands, as well as a network of law firm partners. The partnership with Corsearch enhances INCOPRO’s market reach and enables Corsearch to deliver online brand protection to its customers.

“We’re delighted to be officially partnered with INCOPRO. Law firms and businesses can benefit from the best in online brand protection technology and we look forward to offering this extra value add to our customers,” said Tobias Hartmann, VP and General Manager of Corsearch. “INCOPRO’s intelligence-based brand protection solutions, combined with our robust approach to domain name protection and enforcement, will provide a complete protection solution to all of our customers across the globe.”

“This partnership is sure to present both INCOPRO and Corsearch with new and exciting opportunities – we are absolutely delighted to be working with Corsearch as a strategic partner,” added Simon Baggs, CEO at INCOPRO. “Corsearch recognizes and understands the elaborate ecosystem of online infringement and the need for a more intelligent solution to protect at scale.”

 

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To find out more how INCOPRO can help your brand protect itself in the ever challenging online environment, please contact us.

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