What Data Do We Ask Professionals To Provide?
June 19, 2018
Just that which we need to represent the capability of the company you work for – and enable you (at your option) the opportunity to personalize your profile.
|Information we do ask for||Information we don’t ask for|
|Your name – to personalise your profile. You can choose to appear “anonymous”.||Male or female. It’s irrelevant.|
|Your email address – to ensure that you are you – not an imaginary friend recruited to make a Service Provider look bigger than they really are.||Any telephone numbers. We won’t be calling you.|
|second email address – to make really sure you are who you say you are and – more importantly – to enable you to take your Dynasource profile with you should you move to a different Service Provider.||Any credit card details. It’s free to individual Professionals who are employed by Service Providers.|
|A Photo – entirely optional. If you do choose to provide one – you can choose to only let colleagues see it.||Any home address. Not relevant.|
|About Me – entirely optional – designed to let you personalise your profile.||Education, Work Experience – that’s what LinkedIn is for.|
|A LinkedIn URL – entirely optional.|
|An office location – so we can map skills geographically.|
|The names of the products that you regularly deploy or use on behalf of customers – this is the first level of data that we aggregate.|
|The industries that you regularly serve and have specific expertise in – this is the second level of data we aggregate.|
|The Certificates you have secured. Coming soon.|
|The names/email addresses of customers that you would like to invite to “give you credit” for the work you have done. Coming soon.|