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Dresser & Associates Signs Partnership Agreement with Cornerstone OnDemand

December 08, 2011

Dresser & Associates, a Sage HRMS business partner, has entered into a partnership relation with talent management software provider Cornerstone OnDemand.

Under the terms of this partnership agreement, Dresser & Associates will sell and support Cornerstone’s comprehensive, SaaS-based application in conjunction with Dresser’s full complement of payroll and HR management solutions.

The award-winning integrated talent management suite of Cornerstone includes functionality for learning management, performance management, enterprise social networking, and extended enterprise engagement.

“By incorporating Cornerstone into the broad range of employer solutions that Dresser & Associates already offers, we can provide our clients with yet another tool to help them more easily manage their workforce,” said Mark Dresser, president of Dresser & Associates, in a release. “In our goal to serve as a trusted business advisor to our clients, we continually seek out value-added resources such as background screening services, pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation software, an employee purchase program, and an HR and payroll legal support hotline, which dovetail with our core business offerings.”

Company officials said that Cornerstone, as a web-based software-as-a-service application, is quick to deploy and requires few IT resources.

“Not only are small and midsized businesses showing increased interest in taking an integrated approach to learning and talent management, they also are wanting to invest in cloud solutions to support their efforts,” said David Somers, vice president of alliances and strategy for Cornerstone OnDemand.

In related news, Dresser & Associates has been recognized with multiple awards related to its performance in the 2011 fiscal year.

Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for ContactCenterSolutions. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves