Inventors almost always hit a snag when working on their projects. They might have all the data they need, backing from investors or invention consultants, yet it is difficult to make further progress.
TRIZ, or theory of the resolution of invention-related tasks, is a logic-based method of solving a problem. The idea InventHelp Innovation is to ignore intuition and brings in predictability to an otherwise cryptic problem.
The acronym TRIZ came from Soviet inventor Genrich Altshuller and eventually made its way into Europe and America. The alternative acronym is TIPS for English speaking inventors, but many still prefer the Russian TRIZ.