Sortify.tm’s tools simplify your day to day trademark work, and are invaluable for trademark attorneys.
Have a look at these short videos showing the Sortify.tm tools in action, and then contact us to set up a trial for your business.
the sortify.tm tools
The tool that helps you quickly find the right wares and services and build compliant trademark specifications suitable for use across 65+ IP Offices – including Canada.
Use Sortify’s AI to find goods you never would have found with a normal search. Draft, rearrange, search again, edit… and then export your client’s specification in a format that best works for you (email, copy to clipboard, or save in Sortify).
Whether receiving instructions from overseas, or sending global filing instructions out, the Converter enables you to create IP Office-compliant specifications in seconds.
The Converter eliminates specification errors, meaning fewer IP Office objections, and happier clients.
Nice 11 Checker
If you’ve got a tricky or emerging ware (or service), the Nice 11 Checker will show you which class it’s most likely to fall in, and allows you to explore related terms.
You can also quickly view the “Top 5” IP Office positions on that ware/service, or dig deeper and see how IP Offices around the world treat that particular item.
Not strictly a tool in itself, but the world’s first (and only) automatic trademark specification drafter. Use the Autodraft slider (located in the Drafter tool) to quickly populate your specification in lightning fast time.
(Also, it’s really fun to play with.)
To ensure your client gets optimal protection in China, use the China Drafter to find the correct China-approved terms, subclasses, and Chinese characters. Instruct your Chinese agent with confidence.
This is the world’s most advanced Chinese trademark specification drafter.
Trying to renew a Canadian registration? Sorting through a laundry list of items sent to you by your client?
Designed and built specifically for Canadian practitioners, the Reclassifier quickly sorts the goods and services into the correct Nice 11 classes, and colour codes any wares or services that might need a closer look.