1282: WalkMe, The World's First Digital Adoption Platform

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Rafael Sweary, co-founded WalkMe, the leading digital adoption platform, in 2011. Previously, Rafael was the co-founder, CEO, and then President of Jetro Platforms, which was acquired in 2007. Since then, he has funded and helped build a number of companies both in his role as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Ocean Assets and in a personal capacity.

WalkMe, pioneered the Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) to empower business leaders to realize the promise of their technology investment by transforming the user experience in today’s overwhelming digital world. With WalkMe’s enterprise-class guidance, engagement, insights and automation platform, employees are more efficient and productive.

Executives have better visibility into digital usage, and organizations maximize the full value of their digital assets and successfully guide their enterprise through digital transformation. WalkMe has raised over $307 million to date, and its DAP is used by 2,000 enterprises across all industries, including 30% of the Fortune 500.

Rafael joins me on Tech Talks Daily to speak on the Next Normal caused by COVID-19, and how to thrive in the next normal, organizations need to reinvent their digital strategy by encouraging workforce agility, redefine customer journeys, and accelerate tech modernization. We also talk about digital transformation and digital adoption.

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