APT Search expands to meet information governance demand

APT SearchAPT Search is a specialist recruiter whose focus is on eDiscovery / eDisclosure. Its founder is Amit Pandit and, so far as I can see, nearly everybody in the UK eDisclosure business values Amit’s advice whether they are an employer or a would-be recruit.

APT Search has stuck firmly to the niche area in which it began. As eDiscovery is seen increasingly as a key component of a broader information governance strategy, however, APT Search has expanded its reach into information governance.

To do that, Amit Pandit has recruited two new members of staff. Ian Bannister has over 16 years recruitment industry experience in the IT, legal and manufacturing sectors, and brings that experience and knowledge to lead the information governance practice at APT Search. The aim is to make APT Search the dominant recruiting specialist in IG as it has become in eDiscovery.

Chloe Smith has also joined APT Search with responsibility for advertising, for identifying suitable individuals for opportunities, and to assist in the discovery and IT recruitment.

The function of APT Search is to know where the opportunities are to be found and, perhaps even more importantly, how to find and attract people into it. These additions to the staff should add considerably to its reach.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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