e-Commerce Software Expert in Interactive Databases
An e-commerce software expert was requested for a patent infringement case involving human computer interface technology for an interactive database. Specifically, the patent covered a computerized system incorporating a data storage device, a display apparatus, a part selection device and a user interface mechanism that enhances the efforts of a parts salesman by electronically determining the best match from the database and displaying it graphically. These systems provide a method for electronically maintaining and retrieving a parts list for any particular product model.
IMS ExpertServices was asked to provide a litigation consultant who was involved in early e-commerce software during the mid 1980s to address the validity of the patent.
This e-commerce software expert has extensive experience in the computer software industry. He has been involved with e-commerce as a developer, consultant, and mentor capitalist since the beginning of the term “e-commerce.” He was admitted as an expert witness and testified in one of the first major cases related to government regulation of e-commerce. During the mid-to-late 1980s, his company was involved in e-commerce type work, developing proprietary architecture since the Internet was primarily used for government and academic work at that time. He is the author of academic and professional articles related to e-Commerce software.IMS Reference #4975075
This eCommerce software expert has more than 35 years of experience as an expert in software and computer-related topics. She provides consultation, analysis and expert witness testimony in the areas of computer forensics, e-discovery, analysis & interpretation, software patent & copyright infringement, and software engineering. She received her B.A., M.S., and a Ph.D. in Mathematics.IMS Reference #4992492
This e-commerce software expert leads efforts in studying the implications of e-commerce. His research interests include organizational efforts for e-commerce, electronic business, electronic networks, and financial markets. He has developed a measure of “organizational IQ” that quantifies the ability of a company or organization to make quick and effective decisions in the Internet age. His papers have examined pricing and market segmentation on the Internet, the quality and market structure for information goods, the structure of the computer and information industries, and measures of “clockspeed” for companies, industries, and organizations.IMS Reference #4992643