PRLog (Press Release)
- Oct. 12, 2012 -
Based in Germantown, MD, Thoughts to Paper is a patent firm that has brought radical changes to the patent filing process. Instead of using the much time-consuming and rather useless DIY patent filing kits, the company has introduced a robust and automatic system of patent applications to ensure that the patent filing process remains easy and simple. However, what sets the company apart from other patent companies is its target market. Unlike most of the patent firms that concentrate on servicing only large companies, Thoughts to Paper extends its high-end services to the common man as well, making the patent filing procedure convenient and cheap for individuals and start-ups alike.
Patents are fuel for innovations;
so before the inventor unveils their innovative ideas to the whole world, Thoughts to Paper secure their inventions without burning a hole in their pocket. Through provisional patent application, a quick and inexpensive patent filing procedure, the company safeguards the idea of inventor from mimickers and copiers for up to 12 months. In this duration, the inventor can check the viability of their idea, calculate its commercial value or even outright sell the invention.
However, even with the perfect filing system, getting the idea patents is always a tough job and requires proper knowledge, understand and experience of the various aspects of patenting. Thoughts to Paper make the process remarkably simple as the entire process is handled by its team of patent experts. So, to sum it up, the patent firm not only offers convenient and easy patent filing services, but has also made them exceptionally affordable!
About the Company
Thoughts to Paper offer highly proficient patent services for businesses and individuals looking to safeguard ideas, inventions or designs. The company offers complete patenting services and focuses on the most vital steps to secure your idea by getting it patented. All the services are provided at reasonable costs, and the inventors even have the option of paying a major portion of the application drafting fees only if their patent application is approved.
Fore more visit: http://www.thoughtstopaper.com/patent-applications/provis...