IPVALUE serves as a trusted strategic advisor and transaction facilitator
for some of the world's leading innovators. Partners typically engage with IPVALUE through exclusive multi-year relationships and rely upon IPVALUE to complement internal IP activities, offset risks and expenses, and leverage our best practices, resources, and networks to maximize returns.

Xerox Corporation is a Fortune 150 company with a rich history of innovation and inventions spanning over half a century. Through the acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services, it is now a leader in business process and IT outsourcing.

The inventor of the basic xerographic process was a patent attorney, Chester Carlson. The purchase of his patents by the Haloid Company of Rochester, N.Y., led to the introduction of the world's first automatic, plain paper office copier, Xerox model 914.
The copier's success was the first of many for Xerox, heralding inventions in printing, electronic publishing and document processing.

Xerox has one of the largest intellectual property portfolios in the world, covering a range of areas including material science, nanotechnology, software, personal computing technologies, image processing, materials handling, ink jet printing, document management, print processing, natural language, search, user interfaces and human factors design.

XEROX+IPVALUE: In 2003, Xerox Corporation appointed IPVALUE Management as its worldwide agent for the commercialization of its portfolio of intellectual property. IPVALUE's responsibilities included patent licensing, technology licensing, and patent sales.

For more information, visit