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AESC and Invenias Announce Continued Partnership
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AESC and Invenias Announce Continued Partnership

December 6 2017, London

Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC), the global trade organization representing the leading executive search and advisory firms worldwide, and Invenias, a global leader in cloud-based executive search software solutions, today announced their continued partnership. The alliance represents the commitment of both organizations to excellence in the executive search profession.

The partnership combines the expertise of AESC's global membership in finding, attracting and developing the best talent in the world with Invenias' leading suite of desktop, web and mobile applications that help executive search firms transform the productivity of their operations.

“Minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity is critical for every business today. That’s why AESC members play such an important role for today’s organizations,” said Karen Greenbaum, President and CEO of AESC. “Search firms must be as diligent in selecting technology for their organizations as their clients are in choosing a consultant. We are excited to partner again next year with Invenias—a true innovator in executive search software.”

Invenias' CEO David Grundy noted: "We are pleased to renew our mutually beneficial partnership. In this time of increasing business uncertainty and the introduction of new legislation impacting the profession, we are delighted that growing numbers of AESC member firms around the world are choosing Invenias to provide them with solutions for their search operations.”

To learn why over 1,000 organizations around the world rely on Invenias to help them identify and recruit for strategically important positions, please click here to request a free personalized demo with a member of our experienced team.

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