SOURCE: Entelo


January 19, 2017 09:00 ET

Entelo Posts Fifth Straight Year of Triple Digit Revenue Growth in 2016

Company Builds Momentum with New Clients, New Products and Growing Industry Recognition

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jan 19, 2017) - Entelo, the leading provider of enterprise software for data-driven recruiting, posted a fifth consecutive year of triple digit revenue growth, building on momentum gained in the first half of 2016. Highlights include passing the 500 customer mark, delivering the first mobile app designed for inbound recruiting and garnering various industry awards.

"Innovation is the key to making a mark in the recruitment space, and Entelo continues to stand out by providing employers with the solutions and best practices to transform their hiring processes and build world-class teams," said Jon Bischke, CEO of Entelo. "As we continue our goal of helping companies improve the way they hire, customers and the industry have taken notice, contributing to our exceptional performance throughout 2016."

Company Growth

In the second half of 2016, Entelo continued its market expansion as existing clients expanded their use of Entelo and as the company welcomed additional companies seeking a new approach to recruitment. Some of the new Fortune 1000 and high-growth companies added to Entelo's client base include: Ally Financial,, CBRE Group, Citizens Financial, Cloudera, Coupa Software, Forrester Research, Hot Topic, Iron Mountain, MAXIMUS, Northrop Grumman, PayPal, Rockwell Collins, Royal Bank of Canada, Shaw Industries, The Raymond Corporation, Unum, and Wells Fargo.

Product Innovation

Key to Entelo's continued success is its ability to deliver new solutions that provide companies with a competitive advantage in their hiring practices. The Entelo Stack mobile app, released in October, is an example of this ongoing commitment to product innovation. The app provides recruiters with real-time notifications when qualified candidates apply for jobs and enables them to act on and engage with those candidates from within the app, contributing to a more streamlined, efficient process and improved candidate experience.

Growing Recognition

In the second half of 2016 Entelo was recognized both for the strength of the company and the value of its industry-leading solutions. It received the following awards:

  • Brandon Hall Group Silver Award for Excellence in Talent Management Technology, specifically recognizing Entelo Diversity™ for its ability to help employers source candidates from underrepresented groups and build stronger, more diverse teams.
  • The Stride Center's 2016 Civic Innovator Award, recognizing the company's efforts to improve the wellbeing of Bay Area communities by providing professional development coaching to Stride Center students.
  • Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award, designating the company as one of the Best Places to Work in 2017.

Entelo's outbound recruiting platform was also instrumental in helping its client, Schneider Electric, become the 2016 Optimas Award silver winner in the Global Outlook Category. With Entelo, Schneider Electric was able to create a new approach to recruiting, connecting with the diverse technical talent needed to drive the business forward.

Looking Forward

"Entelo has made a name for itself by developing advanced technology to help employers overcome the challenges of recruiting in a competitive and always-dynamic talent market," said Bischke. "Our continued and strong performance in 2016 shows that our solutions deliver on our customers' needs. We look forward to even greater success in 2017 as we continue to transform recruiting, one hire at a time."

About Entelo

Entelo is a new and better way to recruit. The Entelo platform combines machine learning, predictive analytics, behavioral listening and social signals to help recruiting organizations identify, qualify and engage with talent. Entelo was named a Best Place to Work in 2017 by Glassdoor, recognizing the exceptional experience it provides employees as they help customers recruit the best talent. To learn how leading companies like Facebook, Cisco and UPS are building their teams using Entelo, visit