BRICS Technology Transfer Network provides the Network participants with necessary guidelines and methodological aids that help to understand better the Network business process and IT tools, to ensure a good quality of the information published by the participants.
Below you can see the examples of guidelines that will be made accessible for you after a successful registration at the Network.
GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING COOPERATION PROFILES FOR THE BRIСS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER NETWORK
The aim of this document is to help BRICS TTN participants to describe better the cooperation proposals, be it an offer of products or services, or a search for technology or a research partner, in order to post them at the open database of the BRICS TTN web site.
The document explains the 5 types of profiles, their common structure and their specific features, and the requirements to the content of each field.
These Guidelines should serve as a reference document for all partners publishing their offers and requests at the Network database.
TECHNOLOGY AUDIT GUIDELINES
A technology audit is a method of investigation aiming at the evaluation of (a) technological capacity, (b) procedures, and (c) needs of a company or an organization. Furthermore, it is a method of identifying the strengths and weaknesses through characterization and general assessment of the company’s basic know how (marketing, management, finance, human resources, etc.). It is a process of analysis, which leads to concrete proposals – internationalisation strategy or action plan, including relevant offers and requests.
There are different approaches and respective documents describing technology audit. Three benchmarks selected for BRICS TTN are based on the experience and good practice of European innovation networks: