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More Than 10 Million IT Professionals Can Be Found in Entelo's Candidate Database

Company's Extensive Database and Cutting-Edge Search Engine Help Employers Recruit the Best IT Talent Worldwide

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/05/12 -- Entelo today announced that its extensive database of active and passive job seekers now includes more than 10 million IT professionals from all over the world. By providing access to such a large number of qualified candidates in one place, and offering technology that allows recruiters to pinpoint their searches to the most qualified candidates, Entelo greatly enhances the way employers identify and hire talent.

There are estimated to be about 15 million IT professionals in the world, and more than two-thirds of them are now included in Entelo's database. Rather than having to sort through this large talent pool themselves, Entelo's powerful filtering technology enables recruiters to narrow down the field to candidates who best meet their hiring needs through proprietary skill ranking, Boolean queries and unique search filters. Additionally, with its patent-pending algorithm that measures 70 variables indicative of career change, the company can identify those candidates most likely to consider a new opportunity.

"Today's recruiters face a number of difficulties in finding talent, from identifying top candidates before the competition does, to ensuring their candidates are a good fit for the job and the company culture," said Entelo co-founder Jon Bischke. "Entelo helps overcome these difficulties by giving access to millions of qualified IT candidates, while providing the tools to focus their search on those who can bring the most value to their organizations."

Overall, the Entelo database includes candidates from 154 different countries and territories, with the highest concentration of candidates found in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe. The company also reports that the most common skills found in its database are JavaScript, Java, Ruby on Rails, C# and Objective-C, and that the fastest-growing skill is CoffeeScript.

Following its success in connecting recruiters with the best IT professionals available, Entelo has recently started expanding into other verticals. Employers in the fields of mechanical engineering, academia and design, among others, will now benefit from Entelo's easy-to-use and collaborative social tools that will help them find the best talent for their organizations.

"We believe that we have the largest database of technical candidates in the world," said Bischke. "As we continue to add more candidates from a range of industries, we look forward to providing a greater number of employers with the tools and data that will enhance their recruiting processes and help them make better informed hiring decisions."

More about Entelo
Entelo empowers companies to find the right candidates at the right time. By analyzing over 70 variables, Entelo's patent-pending Sonar platform identifies relevant job candidates for open positions who are more likely to be open to new opportunities. With its database of over 10 million candidates, Entelo also provides a powerful search engine for talent. Entelo streamlines the recruiting process, allowing recruiters to spend more time connecting with potential candidates and delivering results. For more information including pricing, please visit www.entelo.com

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