AttyRelations, the world's first cross-border service platform for intellectual property business, began operations in Beijing to help intellectual property agents improve their efficiency and ease burdens when dealing with cross-border business.
The platform makes it much easier for users to find attorneys in different countries and receive cases in the global market.
The platform, which directly connects customers and lawyers via the Internet, will help ease the burdens of cost, publicity and business processing. Shen Xiaole, the platform's initiator and CEO, says that development of such an online to offline platform is aimed at better serving intellectual property agents, attorneys, law firms and other professional agencies across the world. .
There were 25 million cross-border intellectual property trades during the 254 work days of last year, with an average of 100,000 trades per day, according to Shen. .
The market demand urges emergence of such a platform, Shen noted.
AttyPay, the online payment service on the platform, makes payment easier for users. The solution is also the first of its kind in the world.
Zhu Jiaqun, an industrial leader, believed that the appearance of the payment solution will effectively reduce the traditional formalities in making cross-border payments and thus lower transaction costs.