Entelo is a cloud-based human resources solution that offers predictive analytics and social media integration to help recruiting organizations find, qualify and engage with prospective hires.
Entelo’s search engine feature allows users to identify prospective hires with desired skills. Information from social networks and professional sites is aggregated within the system for each prospective employee. The search feature can also identify candidates based qualities such as gender, race or military experience to assist recruiters with building a talent pool.
Predictive analytics help to identify candidates who may be receptive to new opportunities and candidates with a higher likelihood of changing jobs. Data on current employee performance can be used to inform recruiting practices. Users can also schedule interviews, track recruits, automatically follow up and send messages in bulk via email.
Entelo provides integration with Jonvite, Jazz, greenhouse.io, Taleo, Workday, Smashfly and iCIMS. Support includes online help center, live chat, phone and email.
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Claire from Khan Academy
Number of employees: 51-200 employees
They pool from all different public social areas
You don't know who is looking for a job and search doesn't always work as well as I would like.Review Source: Capterra
Bob from Staffing and Recruitng
Specialty: Staffing Agency
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees
Value for money
Great if you can use it
Search functionality and predictive knowledge around hot candidates. Ability to find contact details and reach out without having to save and store profiles.
Unable to use in the Browser our organisation has. This was not mentioned before purchasing, and was not rectified in the 4 months of using the license. To date have had no use and has taken a month of backwards and forwards to understand the process for cancelling a license. Yet to be concluded and sales people are a little pushy and evasive from all questions asked.