Entelo was founded in May 2011 and launched in October 2012 with an undisclosed amount of seed funding. Initially, Entelo offered two products: Search, which allowed recruiters to browse over 300 million social profiles using standard Boolean search, and Sonar, a predictive algorithm used to determine which candidates were most likely to leave their current job. In June 2013, Entelo announced $3.5 million in Series A funding, led by and Menlo Ventures.
Entelo launched its Diversity product in April 2014, allowing recruiters to source candidates from underrepresented groups based on gender, ethnicity, and veteran status. Its email tracking and outreach tool, Track, was released in January 2015. The company launched a candidate-ranking analytics solution called Stack in October 2015 and followed up with a mobile companion to Stack in October 2016.
Customers and Partnerships
According to the company, it has over 400 customers, including Facebook, American Express, General Electric, Microsoft, Allstate, and Genentech. The company offers integrations of its platform with third-party platforms and software such as Oracle-Taleo, iCIMS, Greenhouse, Jazz (formerly the Resumator), Jobvite, Lever, and SmartRecruiters applicant tracking systems.
Outbound Recruiting Platform
Search: Utilizes standard Boolean strings and advanced philtres to search by keyword, name, location, and a large number of additional criteria.
Sonar: Identifies receptive candidates by using a patent-pending algorithm that weighs dozens of variables to find candidates more likely to change jobs.
Diversity: When paired with Search, allows recruiters to diversify their hiring funnel and locate candidates of under-represented groups.
Track: Tracks and measures the performance of email outreach to candidates.
Inbound Recruiting Platform
Stack: Stack ranks inbound applicants for open jobs and lets recruiters perform a consolidated search across talent in an applicant tracking systems.