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Cornerstone OnDemand Management to Present at Upcoming Goldman Sachs, Pacific Crest Investor Conferences

Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based talent management software solutions, today announced that management will present at the following investor conferences:

Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference

  • When: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. PT
  • Where: The Palace Hotel, San Francisco
  • Who: Cornerstone OnDemand founder and CEO, Adam Miller

Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit

  • When: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. PT
  • Where: The Westin Market Street Hotel, San Francisco
  • Who: Cornerstone OnDemand CFO, Perry Wallack

Audio webcasts of the presentations will be available on Cornerstone’s investor relations Web site at http://investors.cornerstoneondemand.com.

About Cornerstone OnDemand

Cornerstone OnDemand is a leading global provider of comprehensive learning and talent management solutions. We enable organizations to meet the challenges they face in empowering their people and maximizing the productivity of their human capital. Our integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution consists of the Cornerstone Recruiting Cloud, the Cornerstone Performance Cloud, the Cornerstone Learning Cloud and the Cornerstone Extended Enterprise Cloud. Our clients use our solution to source and recruit top talent, develop employees throughout their careers, engage employees effectively, improve business execution, cultivate future leaders, and integrate with their external networks of customers, vendors and distributors. We currently empower over 10.3 million users across 186 countries and in 38 languages. www.csod.com

Cornerstone® and Cornerstone OnDemand® are registered trademarks of Cornerstone OnDemand Inc.

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