Cornell University chose Cornerstone to provide a true enterprise system dedicated to promoting learning in a large, decentralized educational environment
Cornell University chose Cornerstone to provide a true enterprise system dedicated to promoting learning in a large, decentralized educational environment.
As a leading higher educational institution, Cornell University needed a way to promote learning for its own staff in a large, decentralized educational environment.
The team at Cornell initiated a comprehensive search for a new Learning Management platform, which included a review of 400 vendors and products. After shortlisting the field to 11 candidates and extensive demonstrations and customer interviews, Cornell chose Cornerstone.
Administrators were impressed with what they called a "robust system," but would users adapt to the new LMS?
After a thoughtful implementation, the team was pleased to see that its learning audience flocked to the new system and quickly began taking the training courses they needed. New employees were onboarded. Administrators now had access to new data beyond completion metrics so they could make strategic decisions.
Cornell's learning team said that Cornerstone's user interface won employees over with the platform's focus on learning and "one-stop shopping." No other websites or products are needed to complete training and onboarding. Cornerstone at Cornell University is a true enterprise system dedicated to promoting learning in a large, decentralized educational environment.
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