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Deloitte and Cornerstone OnDemand Form Strategic Global Relationship

Companies will collaborate to help leading multinational organizations leverage cloud technologies and transform their HR and talent strategies

SANTA MONICA, Calif, February 11, 2014 - Deloitte and Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD) today announced the companies have formed a strategic global relationship, under which they will collaborate globally on large, complex engagements. Under the arrangement, Deloitte will provide Transformation services to clients deploying Cornerstone's integrated, cloud-based talent management software solutions.

Deloitte's Transformation services help organizations move beyond HR cost savings and process and organizational improvements to making HR a key driver of a business' strategic objectives for performance and growth. This includes how organizations are using their talent management strategies and technology solutions to develop the next generation of leaders, stay agile in the face of changing global market conditions or enable the workforce to support new business models.

Developed completely in-house with a proven product and services model, Cornerstone's unified talent management suite enables organizations to leverage the cloud for meeting the challenges they face in empowering and maximizing the productivity of their employees. Companies of all sizes and across a wide variety of industries use Cornerstone's best-of-breed cloud solutions to source and recruit top talent, develop and engage employees throughout their careers, improve business execution, cultivate future leaders, and enable external networks of customers, vendors and distributors.

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"As one of the leading cloud vendors in the space, Cornerstone is an ideal addition to our portfolio of HR technology relationships," said Bill Pelster, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP. "Working with Cornerstone's global client base allows us to further our efforts in helping organizations transform and derive more strategic business value from their human capital management initiatives."

"Deloitte has the single largest human capital management consulting practice in the world, making them an ideal resource for our large, multinational clients," said Adam Miller, founder and CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand. "For talent management initiatives to be truly effective, organizations must pair the right technology solution with a strategy that aligns with and furthers broader business goals. Access to Deloitte's transformation services will aid our global enterprise clients in executing HR initiatives that truly have an impact on the health and success of their businesses."

About Cornerstone OnDemand
Cornerstone OnDemand is a leader in cloud-based applications for talent management. The company's solutions help organizations recruit, train, manage and connect their employees, empowering their people and increasing workforce productivity. Based in Santa Monica, California, the company's solutions are used by over 1,500 clients worldwide, spanning nearly 13 million users across 190 countries and 41 languages. For more information about Cornerstone, visit csod.com. Read Cornerstone's blog at csod.com/blog. Follow Cornerstone on Twitter at twitter.com/CornerstoneInc. Like Cornerstone on Facebook at facebook.com/CSODcommunity.

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