Mark Goldin

Mark Goldin is the Chief Technology Officer for Cornerstone OnDemand, a global leader in cloud-based human capital management. Cornerstone helps organizations to recruit, train and manage their people. The company works with hundreds of the world’s largest companies — from Walgreens and Starwood Hotels & Resorts to Deutsche Post DHL and Xerox — and thousands of smaller ones to help them engage their workforces and empower their people. With more than 2,800 clients worldwide, spanning nearly 28 million users across 191 countries and 42 languages, Cornerstone is one of leading providers of cloud based technology.

As Chief Technology Officer, Mark is responsible for building and directing the company's global technology strategy, which will allow the organization to best scale in the midst of rapid growth. Goldin oversees application architecture, development, quality assurance and technology operations while leading a world-class team of engineers to assure Cornerstone's continued excellence in providing innovative and feature-rich talent management software.

Prior to joining Cornerstone, Mark was the Chief Operations and Technology Officer at Green Dot Corporation where he oversaw application development, IT infrastructure, supply chain and logistics, and call center operations with a team that helped grow valuation by greater than a factor of 10 in just three years. Goldin has also held CTO positions at Thomson Elite (where he conceived, founded and ran SaaS pioneer Elite.com) and DestinationRx.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Mark Goldin and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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