Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) June 19, 2006
The Technology Licensing Office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (“MIT-TLO”) recently launched a new website. Pixel Bridge Inc., a Boston-based internet consulting firm, was engaged to design and develop the site.
The MIT-TLO fosters commercial investment in the development of inventions and discoveries by licensing intellectual property resulting from research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, the Broad Institute and the Whitehead Institute. The TLO?s role is reflected in the information-rich website which offers visitors the following features:
A variety of helpful documents providing inventors with guidance about the technology transfer process, patent rights, agreements, and ownership
Information organized for its two key constituents: the MIT community and industry
Representative success stories
Key operational statistics for the organization for the years 1996-2005
?Pixel Bridge is pleased it was able to fulfill the needs of the TLO in creating a simple-to-use, streamlined website providing easy access to often complex information,? says Tim Bourgeois, CEO of Pixel Bridge. ?This project was a fascinating learning experience for our team and we?re looking forward to future opportunities to work with the MIT-TLO.?
Visit the new site on the Web at http://www.mit.edu/tlo/www/index.html.
About Pixel Bridge
Pixel Bridge is a Boston-based Web design and development firm that helps clients use the Internet to improve marketing, sales, and operations. Founded in 1999, the company seamlessly blends strategy, marketing, creative, and technology expertise to deliver highly effective websites, interactive marketing programs, and custom Internet applications. Pixel Bridge provides services to small and mid-sized organizations such as Mac-Gray Corporation, Marc Ecko Enterprises, and D.J. Reardon Company, Inc., as well as business units of Fortune 1000 companies, including Comcast (Nasdaq:CMCSA), the New York Times Co. (NYSE:NYT), and ITW (NYSE:ITW). For more information contact Pixel Bridge at 617-542-5587 or visit http://www.pixelbridge.com.