ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, 1 JULY 2019 – IP technology leader CPA Global today announces a new strategic partnership with Aurora North, a leader in delivering IP prosecution software, services and consulting for law firms. The new collaboration brings together CPA Global and Aurora North’s offerings to better enable law firms to combine technology and effective practice management to better serve their clients.

Aurora North consultants specialize in IP practice management assessment and advisory services which help align business processes, policies and technology infrastructure with staffing and resourcing models designed to boost productivity, mitigate risk and enhance client service. In addition, Aurora North software solutions enable law firms to centralize, integrate and automate patent and trademark prosecution.

As a result of this new partnership, law firms have seamless access to a combined set of offerings representing a broader range of products and IP expertise to help them successfully manage their clients. More specifically, the combination of CPA Global’s IPMS products and IP Support Services alongside Aurora North’s consulting services will accelerate process alignment and adoption within law firms. Further, Aurora North’s PracticeLink software integrates seamlessly with CPA Global’s software products providing law firms with increased visibility over their activity through centralized dashboards.

“This partnership with Aurora North promises to bring added value to our customers through their complementary capabilities, offering a unique mix of purpose-built software and consulting expertise,” said Alex Cregan, President, North America at CPA Global.

“Our relationship with CPA Global was originally driven by joint customers who saw the benefit of closer collaboration across our two organizations, and we are pleased to deliver,” added Chris Kave, founder and principal of Aurora North Software. “Given CPA Global’s broad focus and reach across the IP landscape, this relationship creates new opportunities for fresh advancements in the realm of IP prosecution and general IP lifecycle management.”