Purchase of Intellectual Property Database

Purchase of Intellectual Property Database

The University of Bristol wishes to procure an IP management database.

Contract summary

Industry

Computer and Related Services, Technology and Equipment

Location of contract

BS2 8BB

Value of contract

£40k

Published date

28 February 2017

Closing date

24 March 2017

Contract start date

01 May 2017

Contract end date

30 April 2021

 

Description

The University wishes to procure an IP management database. The current, locally developed Intellectual Property (IP) database is falling into disrepair as local expertise in continuing development has been lost and the application under which it was developed (Microsoft Access) is no longer supported by the University. Currently, the Access based IP database supports 9 regular users, which we would hope to increase to 20 with any new system. It holds nearly 3000 projects and tracks information about intellectual property disclosures to the University, including disclosure, patent filings, deadlines, commercial licences, financial and forecasting information. Our aim is to replace the current Access database with a solution that not only provides at least the same functionality in terms of managing all aspects of the University’s intellectual property holdings and commercial projects, but also supports the increasingly diverse nature of project, impact, awards and external organisation management within the team.

 

About the buyer

Contact name

Paul Halsall

Address

1-9 Old Park Hill
Bristol
BS2 8BB
England

Telephone

0117 3317294

Email

paul.halsall@bristol.ac.uk

 

Other information

Attachments

Link to eSourcing Portal

https://tenders.bris.ac.uk

 

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

 

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