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Leveraging modern technology

By Nehal Madhani

While many IP offices have made substantial progress in leveraging the latest technological breakthroughs, they could still do more to modernise their workflows

National IP offices serve as an authoritative source for upholding IP rights. Their main duties are to receive, review and record filings and registrations. For this reason, they need the infrastructure to support their core functions of:

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