Sindup helps you in each stage of the innovation process

Monitoring key concepts and changes for innovation is essential for staying at the leading edge of the sector. While part of the innovation inherent to companies is carried out in more traditional R&D departments, who need for example specific sources to monitor scientific publications, patents, this is also carried out through collaborative projects involving partners and supplier. In this way, innovation intelligence is part of a technological scouting technique helping to identify new start ups which might become potential new partners and then follow the partnership in the long term.

More generally speaking, innovation is also sought after through new uses and can also include monitoring changes in society and behaviour, thus anticipating the future behaviour of consumers and clients.

Key stakes

Monitoring technological advances

Scientific publications, patents etc.

Identifying and follow start-ups

Collaboration and open innovation

Detecting mutations and new uses

Serendipity and following new trends

Use case

for an Innovation department

Frugal innovations during a time of crisis

Which are the most buoyant innovations during a time of crisis to meet various challenges and offer new solutions ?

Monitoring trends and new use cases

Discover new trends, innovatins and use cases related to your market in order to give substance to you own strategy.

Detect high potential patents

Implementing technological monitoring to follow scientific publications and patents.

Differentiate your product offering with socio-environmental considerations

How can I integrate socio-environmental considerations into my solutions by improving the impact of my company on the environment ?

Open innovation and the collaborative intelligence approach

Transformations are constantly multiplying, and new ideas circulate quickly, that is why innovation market intelligence needs to be powered by a broad range of sources and in a collaborative manner. Therefore it is important to develop a market intelligence culture within the company, encouraging the sharing of information throughout and across all departments and organisations. This shared information helps to feed market intelligence with additional information about different trends from a range of contributors.

In relations with external partners it is also important to detect new players with whom it might make sense to work but also to monitor all the stakeholders. By monitoring the latest news about partners you have better knowledge about the different aspects required for keeping the collaboration alive and successful. Furthermore, market intelligence can help quickly identify areas of risk, start a conversation and prevent the partnership coming to an unsuccessful conclusion.