Presently, intangible assets have as much value or more than tangible assets, thus positioning themselves as the most valuable drivers. Some examples are contractual obligations, customer lists, innovative aspects within the company, patents and other types of elements that represent intellectual property.
Having good management and knowledge of your intangible assets will increase the value of your company as well as income and profits, so you can create strategies regarding future investments and generate greater profitability.
Much of the value of the products we consume today comes from intangible assets, such as the design, skill or knowledge with which these products are generated and how they are sold to the final customer. So intangible assets have become extremely valuable.
It is necessary to have experience and knowledge to properly evaluate the ability to quantify the value of our intangible assets and to be able to transfer, protect them and create strategies that benefit us.