LONDON, May 15, 2016 — Dillistone Systems (www.dillistone.com), the leading global provider of technology to executive search firms and strategic recruiting teams, and Not Actively Looking (www.notactivelylooking.com), a platform that allows high level executives to share their CVs and private information with search firms of their choice without risking exposure on public networks, have announced an integration that will allow Dillistone’s over 1,600 executive search firm clients to access the Not Actively Looking platform. Users of Dillistone’s FileFinder system that also subscribe to become members of Not Actively Looking will be able to search, access and import details of those candidates who selected to share their profile with them, often without leaving the FileFinder CRM.
Joseph Blass, CEO of Not Actively Looking, commented: “We are delighted by this partnership which will enable FileFinder users access to our platform and to those candidates who choose to share their rich and meaningful data not available anywhere else. Everyone wins.”
Jason Starr, Managing Director of Dillistone Systems, explained: “We became aware of the Not Actively Looking service as a result of a number of candidate recommendations and are delighted to have been able to put together this integration. FileFinder is used by more than 1,600 retained search firms in nearly 70 countries and they are always looking at new ways of sourcing talent. We are delighted to be bringing this service to them.”
About Not Actively Looking
www.notactivelylooking.com is a platform servicing executive search firms and senior executives alike. The platform enables the executives to share confidential information about career aspirations and requirements with selected executive search firms. The sophisticated search tool enables executives search firms to access up-to-date relevant information about executives. The platform was launched in April 2015 and is already working with over 100 retained executive search firms and thousands of executives.
Co-Founder, Not Actively Looking