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Future Knowledge partners Cornerstone OnDemand across A/NZ

Future Knowledge partners Cornerstone OnDemand across A/NZ

Future Knowledge to deliver Cornerstone OnDemand's Cloud-based talent management

Australian management consultancy, Future Knowledge, has partnered Cloud-based talent management solutions firm Cornerstone OnDemand to become a service provider across Australia and New Zealand.

Future Knowledge will be a service provider across Cornerstone's unified talent management suite.

The suite includes applications for recruiting and onboarding, learning and development, performance management, succession planning, compensation management and social collaboration.

Future Knowledge chief executive, David Guazzarotto, said the relationship was a natural evolution for the business.

“Organisations in Australia and New Zealand face a world’s worth of challenges – from a workforce spread across time zones, generations, nations and cultures, to the increasing complexity and competition required to attract and retain the right talent,” he said.

“Our teaming with Cornerstone OnDemand provides a proven and cutting edge Cloud solution to meet the needs of HR leaders and other executives in large and mid-sized organisations in Australia and New Zealand.

"This relationship complements our industry-leading management consulting services for workforce technology and enterprise learning.”

Cornerstone OnDemand vice president of channel management, Dave Mortell, said organisations must adapt to the needs and expectations of today’s multi-generational workforce.

“Future Knowledge has deep expertise in helping HR teams pair strategy with technology to ensure agility amid rapid changes in the workforce, making them an excellent resource for our clients throughout Australia and New Zealand.”

Future Knowledge is an Australian management consultancy which helping build organisational capability to drive transformation in a rapidly evolving workforce.

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