SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – October 18, 2018 – Entelo concluded its most recent fiscal quarter with growing momentum in the enterprise customer segment. The recruiting automation leader announced three new customer wins of companies in the top 10 of the 2018 Fortune 500 list of largest U.S. businesses by revenue.
“Entelo has always provided the greatest value for large internal talent acquisition teams that are recruiting at massive scale,” said Jon Bischke, Entelo’s co-founder and CEO. “Over the last year, we have made a concerted push up-market into the large enterprise segment, and it has been very encouraging to see that strategy pay off. Many of the largest companies in the world are making Entelo a critical part of their HR technology stack.”
These new customers firmly establish Entelo as the leading recruiting automation solution for large enterprises, with five of the eight largest companies on the Fortune 500 now customers of Entelo. Such major account wins build on Entelo’s existing enterprise-class customer roster, which includes Target, IBM, Freddie Mac, Caterpillar, Intel, Cisco, HCA Healthcare, American Express, and others among the top 100 companies.
“Over the past few years, we have made a number of decisions about our fundamental approach to recruiting. One of these decisions was to shift away from outdated post-and-pray methods so we could focus our teams and their tools on finding and engaging high quality passive talent,” said Mike Brown, Head of Talent Acquisition Americas Region at Siemens. “With cutting edge technology and key data privacy capabilities, including GDPR compliance, SOC II Type 2 certification, and approval under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework, Entelo had the enterprise-class capabilities we needed.”
The new customers come in the midst of a very busy year for the San Francisco-based company, starting with the launch of Entelo Envoy at last year’s HR Technology conference, the introduction of Entelo Insights in May, SOC II Type 2 certification, an expanded leadership team, new features to enable diversity and inclusion in hiring, the inaugural Recruiting Automation Summitand release of the recruiting automation vendor landscape, as well as feature coverage in U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg, and Forbes.
“Our category-defining product innovation over the last year has been key to our success penetrating the enterprise segment,” said Bischke. “We look forward to carrying that momentum into the peak selling season in our fiscal fourth quarter.”
Entelo builds AI and automation software to help modern recruiters identify, qualify and engage with top talent. Today, approximately 700 customers of all sizes and industries trust Entelo to provide their talent acquisition teams with higher candidate engagement, actionable insights and increased productivity. The leader in recruiting automation, Entelo helps organizations like Cisco, Genentech, Lyft, Netflix, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Northrop Grumman and Target build their teams. To learn more about the Entelo recruiting automation platform, visit www.entelo.com. Find out about open roles at Entelo and subscribe to the Entelo Blog for insight and updates on the talent acquisition industry.