With all Silicon Valley companies investing heavily in AI and in building a strong and competent workforce, Entelo hits home with its new product that simplifies recruitment procedures.
Entelo applies intelligence to big data to help modern recruiters find, qualify and acquire talent. Today, more than 600 customers of all sizes and industries trust Entelo to provide their talent acquisition teams with higher candidate engagement, actionable insights and increased productivity.
A leading innovator in talent acquisition, Entelo has been in the space for last six years. The company announced a $20 million Series C funding round, which was led by U.S. Venture Partners with Battery Ventures, Shasta Ventures and Correlation Ventures. Entelo is all set to release its new product that simplifies the recruitment process for companies using AI: Envoy.
“Traditional sourcing takes a huge amount of a recruiter’s valuable time,” said Jon Bischke, founder and CEO of Entelo. “Entelo Envoy is designed to automatically expand a qualified talent pool by uncovering passive candidates and convert them into active candidates. Entelo Envoy gives recruiters more time to focus on the higher touch and higher value-add parts of their jobs.”
With Envoy, recruiters just need to set candidate criteria. The algorithm works in the background to sort and rank millions of potential candidates using machine learning. It then analyzes fits across a number of different dimensions, matching attributes and criteria. Once the best fits for the job are identified, Entelo Envoy will personalize messages and send emails to candidates at optimal times and deliver replies from interested candidates directly to a recruiter’s inbox.
“Our hiring managers are ecstatic about the increase in our pipeline for our difficult-to-source positions,” said Marissa Huang, who works in recruiting at Niantic Labs. “With Entelo Envoy we’ve been able to improve our sourcing pipeline, saving countless hours each week.”
With Entelo Envoy the company aims to compete with competitors in the field such as LinkedIn, making the process of human resource acquisition easier for companies using technology, AI and machine learning to match the best-suited candidates for jobs.