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Intellectual Property

Yireo understands and appreciates that, in all our client engagements, the client entrusts us with their business and technology and expects us to safeguard this knowledge.

Yireo recognizes and appreciates the international concern for Intellectual Property Protection in a world where technologies of tomorrow will come from across borders and often will be co-owned by many companies.


Yireo defines intellectual property as any tangible or intangible know-how or way of implementing a client specific technology, and on which the client has a proprietary ownership. Any client specific design, process or way of implementing that design would constitute intellectual property.

Generic knowledge based on openly available standards, or existing in public domain, will not constitute intellectual property (IP). For example, protocol knowledge will not be considered as IP. Given below is a sample list of constituents of IP according to us:

Source code, object code, run-time libraries, system documentation, software-related documentation, system configurations, hardware design, firmware design, icons, business and product plans. All documents (hard or soft copies) of strategic direction, financials, business case, functionality design, project reviews and internal systems. Any know-how that is critical to the success of the client's business, and has been developed specifically for that client, and the client has proprietary ownership rights over the know-how.