Some more exciting news out of Entelo this month! We are pleased to welcome Mark Landwer as our new Chief Revenue officer. With over two decades of experience assisting companies in improving operations across a variety of industry sectors, Mark will be responsible for the go-to-market Strategy for Entelo.
Mark joins the team from Instructure, where he was SVP of Corporate Sales, and provided learning management (LMS) and employee development solutions to companies in the United States and Europe. Prior to that, he was with CareerBuilder for thirteen years supplying talent acquisition software (ATS, talent networks, job distribution software, university recruitment software, candidate search/matching software, and labor market data solutions) and recruitment advertising to companies in the United States. Mark was also responsible for a talent acquisition sourcing team consisting of two hundred people. His sourcing team successfully completed engagements for thousands of companies for roles in healthcare, finance & accounting, sales, engineering, IT, retail, and customer service.
“I’m excited about the Entelo opportunity. I know what it’s like to be OUR customer. I managed a large sourcing team so I know the challenges our customers face, the gaps in the industry, and how difficult it is to build a great talent acquisition tech stack.” Mark says. “Entelo has a great brand, employment brand, and a fantastic customer list. Combined with the ConveyIQ platform, Entelo has created a really unique offering that the space is lacking.”
With a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a MBA from the Northwestern Kellogg School of Management, Mark is based in Chicago. Entelo is excited to expand its presence in another midwest location (we recently welcomed Andre Boulais as VP of Customer Success out of Indianapolis). And with Mark’s comprehensive and broad amount of knowledge in the HR Tech, talent acquisition, and sourcing space, he’s the perfect person to lead the go-to-market team and a great addition to the Entelo organization.