WalkMe’s New Features and Enhancements Released Today

We’re excited to announce that the WalkMe platform has been updated today with new features and enhancements!   Please note: If you’re a WalkMe customer, your existing WalkMe content (including Walk-Thrus) will not be affected by this update.   Activity Log – We have received many requests for this feature, so here it is! Many

WalkMe Insights : The New Game-Changing Analytics and BI Solution

We are excited to introduce our state-of-the-art Analytics & BI solution! WalkMe Insights was designed specifically for the business user, with a simple interface that doesn’t require any coding. With it, you can now track user interactions with WalkMe and your application, to generate actionable insights that drive informed business decisions.   Watch the video that

Use WalkMe to Create Rich Mobile Web Experiences

Mobile Web Browsing Experience   Mobile Web browsing means accessing the web using a mobile browser app (e.g. Safari, Chrome and more) on smartphones and tablets.   With WalkMe, your end-users can receive guidance on all major mobile browsers and on all major mobile operating systems, including Android, iOS and Windows Mobile.   WalkMe automatically

3 Effective Workplace Learning Methods

The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a commonly used formula within the training profession to describe the optimal sources of learning by successful managers.   It holds that individuals obtain 70% of their knowledge from job-related experiences, 20% from informal interactions, and 10% from formal educational events.   • 70% of learning comes

Knowledge Retention Time! Your Employees Keep Forgetting What They Learned During Training?

The time it takes for adults to learn a new concept varies greatly from one concept to the next, however, the time it takes for an adult to forget what was learned is something we can anticipate.   The “forgetting curve” is a theory that was developed by Hermann Ebbinghaus in 1885. This simple but landmark