Patents by Inventor Jorge Navarrete

Jorge Navarrete has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 8266096
    Abstract: Various examples include a system and methods in support of vendor relationship management, analysis, planning and evaluation including dealing with collections of vendors called vendor portfolios. In various examples the system includes a database, vendor portfolio definer, a vendor portfolio populator, and a vendor portfolio analyzer. The database houses vendor data. In various examples the vendor portfolio definer allows vendor portfolios to be created, meta data, including complex documents, to be associated with vendor portfolios, and user access permissions to be assigned to vendor portfolios. In various examples the vendor portfolio populator facilitates user selection of the vendors that will make up the collection of vendors in the vendor portfolio. The vendor portfolio analyzer analyzes a business metric using vendor portfolios. In various examples the vendor portfolio analyzer allows user to perform what-if analysis on vendor portfolios.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 23, 2009
    Date of Patent: September 11, 2012
    Assignee: BMC Software, Inc.
    Inventors: Jorge A. Navarrete, Stephen J. O'Connor, Peter P. Dai, Johri Dhanotra, Hubert Yau Kin Siu, Charudutt Nagori, Ashish Kalani
  • Patent number: 7949728
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for processing data are described herein. The system maintains first databases of patents, and second databases of non-patent information of interest to a corporate entity. The system also maintains one or more groups. Each of the groups comprises any number of the patents from the first databases. The system, upon receiving appropriate operator commands, automatically processes the patents in one of the groups in conjunction with non-patent information from the second databases. Accordingly, the system performs patent-centric and group-oriented processing of data. A group can also include any number of non-patent documents. The groups may be product based, person based, corporate entity based, or user-defined. Other types of groups are also covered, such as temporary groups.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 31, 2006
    Date of Patent: May 24, 2011
    Assignee: Rose Blush Software LLC
    Inventors: Kevin G. Rivette, Irving S. Rappaport, Luke Hohmann, David Puglia, David Goretsky, Adam Jackson, Charles Rabb, Jr., David W. Smith, Brian Park, Warren Thornthwaite, Jorge A. Navarrete, Robert J. Muller, Harvey Alcabes, Donald Brannon, Matthew Schnitz
  • Publication number: 20100106680
    Abstract: Various examples include a system and methods in support of vendor relationship management, analysis, planning and evaluation including dealing with collections of vendors called vendor portfolios. In various examples the system includes a database, vendor portfolio definer, a vendor portfolio populator, and a vendor portfolio analyzer. The database houses vendor data. In various examples the vendor portfolio definer allows vendor portfolios to be created, meta data, including complex documents, to be associated with vendor portfolios, and user access permissions to be assigned to vendor portfolios. In various examples the vendor portfolio populator facilitates user selection of the vendors that will make up the collection of vendors in the vendor portfolio. The vendor portfolio analyzer analyzes a business metric using vendor portfolios. In various examples the vendor portfolio analyzer allows user to perform what-if analysis on vendor portfolios.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 23, 2009
    Publication date: April 29, 2010
    Applicants: BladeLogic, Inc.
    Inventors: Jorge A. Navarrete, Stephen J. O'Connor, Peter P. Dai, Johri Dhanotra, Hubert Yau Kin Siu, Charudutt Nagori, Ashish Kalani
  • Patent number: 7523126
    Abstract: A method of displaying data, comprising the steps of defining a set of documents, each document having a unique identification and optionally citing other documents by their respective unique identification, the set being defined by selecting at least one starting document, with the set further comprising documents being included based on predetermined relationships with at least one other document in the set; generating a hierarchal tree representation of the at least one subset of documents, a subset inclusion and hierarchy thereof being defined by said predetermined relationships between documents within the set; and selectively focusing on a node of said hierarchal tree, to define a graphic display representation of at least a portion thereof to emphasize the selected focus while depicting the hierarchal relationships.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 22, 2002
    Date of Patent: April 21, 2009
    Assignee: Rose Blush Software LLC
    Inventors: Kevin G. Rivette, Irving S. Rappaport, Luke Hohmann, David Puglia, David Goretsky, Adam Jackson, Charles Rabb, Jr., David W. Smith, Brian Park, Warren Thornthwaite, Jorge A. Navarrete
  • Publication number: 20070208669
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for processing data are described herein. The system maintains first databases of patents, and second databases of non-patent information of interest to a corporate entity. The system also maintains one or more groups. Each of the groups comprises any number of the patents from the first databases. The system, upon receiving appropriate operator commands, automatically processes the patents in one of the groups in conjunction with non-patent information from the second databases. Accordingly, the system performs patent-centric and group-oriented processing of data A group can also include any number of non-patent documents. The groups may be product based, person based, corporate entity based, or user-defined. Other types of groups are also covered, such as temporary groups.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 31, 2006
    Publication date: September 6, 2007
    Inventors: Kevin Rivette, Irving Rappaport, Luke Hohmann, David Puglia, David Goretsky, Adam Jackson, Charles Rabb, David Smith, Brian Park, Warren Thornthwaite, Jorge Navarrete, Robert Muller, Harvey Alcabes, Donald Brannon, Matthew Schnitz
  • Publication number: 20030046307
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for processing data are described herein. The system maintains first databases of patents, and second databases of non-patent information of interest to a corporate entity. The system also maintains one or more groups. Each of the groups comprises any number of the patents from the first databases. The system, upon receiving appropriate operator commands, automatically processes the patents in one of the groups in conjunction with non-patent information from the second databases. Accordingly, the system performs patent-centric and group-oriented processing of data. A group can also include any number of non-patent documents. The groups may be product based, person based, corporate entity based, or user-defined. Other types of groups are also covered, such as temporary groups.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 22, 2002
    Publication date: March 6, 2003
    Inventors: Kevin G. Rivette, Irving S. Rappaport, Luke Hohmann, David Puglia, David Goretsky, Adam Jackson, Charles Rabb, David W. Smith, Brian Park, Warren Thornthwaite, Jorge A. Navarrete
  • Patent number: 5991751
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for processing data are described herein. The system maintains first databases of patents, and second databases of non-patent information of interest to a corporate entity. The system also maintains one or more groups. Each of the groups comprises any number of the patents from the first databases. The system, upon receiving appropriate operator commands, automatically processes the patents in one of the groups in conjunction with non-patent information from the second databases. Accordingly, the system performs patent-centric and group-oriented processing of data. A group can also include any number of non-patent documents. The groups may be product based, person based, corporate entity based, or user-defined. Other types of groups are also covered, such as temporary groups.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 2, 1997
    Date of Patent: November 23, 1999
    Assignee: SmartPatents, Inc.
    Inventors: Kevin G. Rivette, Irving S. Rappaport, Luke Hohmann, David Puglia, Adam Jackson, Charles Rabb, Jr., David W. Smith, Brian Park, Warren Thornthwaite, Jorge A. Navarrete