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Greg Waite - InventionShare. Ottawa, ON, CA

Greg Waite

CEO | InventionShare

Ottawa, ON, CANADA

Greg Waite is an entrepreneur, inventor and angel investor

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Biography

Greg specializes in Intellectual Property and technology commercialization. Starting as a management consultant, he re-engineered Canada's largest management firm for patents, trademarks and invention license agreements (CPDL). Creating one of the first fully automated software systems (that is still in use today), and redefining business processes and created best practices for technology transfer and commercialization. He took those processes and software tools and impacted Canada's largest R&D and patenting groups in both government and commercial venues: NRC, CRC, NRCAN, DRDC, Space Agency, RCMP as well as Mosaid and Wi-LAN.

Greg architected and patented a knowledge management system that is now extensively used to manage processes and best practices for invention assessment, management, intelligence, licensing and acquisition at InventionShare with the goal of delivering high financial and social returns for people and the planet.

Areas of Expertise (10)

Financial & Social Leverage

Spin-out

Breakthrough Technologies

Breakthrough Invention Fund

Technology Commercialization

Intellectual Property

Information Management

Business Processes

Invention Companies

Joint Ventures/Strategic Partnerships

Education (1)

Carleton University: BA, Finance

Patents (1)

Computer implemented system and method for providing a community and collaboration platform around knowledge transfer, expertise, innovation, tangible assets, intangible assets and information assets

US8589414 B2

2008 A computer implemented system and method for providing a computer and collaboration platform around knowledge transfer, expertise, innovation, tangible, intangible and information assets are disclosed. The system converts a static expert content into an active forum in an effective manner to promote collaboration among users in the various categories. The system converts the static content into one or more sections according to a parsing rule. Each section is assigned with one or more categories and one or more plug-ins for forming a framework. The system captures the framework as a model and generates one or more data partnering objects, and stores them in a database. Pursuant to a user's request and attributes of the user, appropriate one or more of the data partnering objects are retrieved from the database to generate an active forum. The system, then, publishes the active forum.

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