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Making Recruiting a Better Place: Entelo

Making Recruiting a Better Place: Entelo

Entelo is determined to provide the best recruiters and candidates experience. This popped up an idea of rolling out a full-featured recruiting automation platform that can enhance the way of identifying the best hires, qualifying and acquiring them. 

It is the toughest task to filter the right people for the right work; it requires time and energy. To limit the hassle, Entelo was born. It collects the right people for the companies. Using predictive algorithms, data-backed insights, and the single largest source of recruiting data, period, Entelo created a recruiting automation platform to help you recruit faster, smarter, and better.

Values that the company stands on

Give precedence to people: Companies become great when their employees are rightly chosen. It depends on how people are hired; your hiring responsibility is completely taken by Entelo.

United we win, divided we fall: Entelo believes in togetherness for accomplishment.

Embrace grit: When faced with formidable challenges, the company courageously perseveres. With a growth mindset, it continuously seeks these opportunities for personal and professional development.

Relationship of trust: There exists an open and honest communication in the best interest of Entelo and its clients’.

Celebrate the differences: Entelo’s diversity makes it stronger. By respecting one another, it fosters a sense of belonging and creates a better Entelo.

Loyal customers

Gaining customer loyalty is not easy. Entelo has succeeding in impressing some top companies like Intel, Sony, Wayfair, Netflix, PayPal, Amgen, Cisco and many more.


American Express Uses Entelo to Cut Sourcing Time by 75%. Ahmed Abouelkhir, Global TA Recruitment Manager at American Express, uses Entelo to make his team more efficient, find diverse talent, and reduce sourcing time by 75 percent.

Customer stories

Weebly considers Entelo to be one of the best technologies available for passive sourcing and relies on Entelo customer support for recruiting strategies and best practices.


It is remarkable to observe AppDynamics drastic growth. The company created history by growing to atleast close to 800 employees within 7 years. For further improvement, the company seeked the help of Entelo. AppDynamics utilized Entelo to its fullest by taking advantage of Entelo’s predictive analytics in order to narrow the field to the most receptive candidates.

“Being in the right place at the right time is essential,” explains Luan Lam, VP of Global Talent Acquisition. “No one else offers the predictive analytics that Entelo does. It gives our team a much better chance of connecting with a candidate when he or she is likely to be open to a new opportunity.”

To further boost the likelihood of getting noticed, AppDynamics uses Entelo’s email tracking tool. They had previously relied on LinkedIn InMails to connect with candidates, but found that response rates were lower than they wanted. “There is virtually zero return on Linkedin messages on my Ruby [programming skill] search,” notes Christine Alluise, Senior Technical Recruiter. “Using Entelo, I have already received email responses this week.” Overall, AppDynamics has seen a 15% uptick in response rates. Raising the Bar on Recruiting Operations Streamlining the communications process — while still preserving the feel of a human touch — is a classic recruiting challenge. AppDynamics uses Entelo to automate the coordination and tracking of hundreds of candidate emails — letting them move away from tedious Excel spreadsheets. They also use Entelo’s data-rich candidate profiles to deepen the human connection: “Entelo helps me make my messages richer and filled with more personal details,” says Jesse Robinson, Senior Technical Recruiter. Each recruiter has a weekly candidate quota that he or she must meet, and Entelo is a key part of that. According to Lam, Entelo has increased their candidate pipeline by 20%. Because of this impact, Lam only grants seats to the ones who are using the tool to its fullest potential. He also has creative way of ensuring success: “On a weekly basis, I have a competition on who the top three users of Entelo are. That’s because I know how much more productive it’ll make my recruiters,” says Lam.


It was in the year 2008 that approximately 7% of middle school girls reported that computer engineering is an advisable career. CodeEd is a charitable organization that caters to underserved communities, starting from middle school.  

They partner with schools and programs that serve low-income girls and provide them with volunteer teachers, computer science course offerings, and computers to work with.

Students are encouraged to work on tangible projects with all exercises focused on building fun additions to their ongoing work. This approach enables students to see the fruits of their labor as they work, reinforcing the impact of their learning. Students enjoy programming and building, and are able to see the completion of these projects as their own reward.

Entelo quotes, “For each new hire made with Entelo, we donate one year’s worth of coding instruction to a young woman in the Code Ed program.”

Backdrop of Jon Bischke: Co-Founder & CEO

Jon is the founder and CEO of Entelo. A serial entrepreneur, Jon founded three companies in the e-learning and social networking space and served as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Battery Ventures. He holds a B.S. from University of Minnesota and an M.B.A. from UCLA.

“We believe that a company’s people are their primary driver of success and innovation, and the most important strategic decision that a company can make is who they hire.”

“We believe in working smarter, not harder.”

“We believe in giving a better experience to both recruiters and candidates.”

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