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Silicon Review Names WalkMe “One of Top 50 Innovative Companies to Watch”

Silicon Review Names WalkMe “One of Top 50 Innovative Companies to Watch”

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By WalkMe Team
We are honored that WalkMe has been named one of the 50 Innovative Companies to Watch by The Silicon Review Magazine. Here are a few excerpts from what the editors of The Silicon Review wrote regarding their choice of WalkMe for the top 50 list: “Why did we choose WalkMe as one of the 50 Best Innovative Companies to watch? It was easy – the San Francisco-based company created a new benchmark for an effortless online user experience. WalkMe is solving the problem you can only relate to once you have spent 30 minutes on a website or app trying to extend your wireless contract, or change your cable bill, only to give up in frustration and call a support agent.” “Since its launch in April 2012, WalkMe consistently stepped up its game to fulfill the very ambitious mission it set out to do – to transform online user experience into one that was instantly simple, effortless, and efficient. The technology anticipates users’ needs and provides help exactly when and where they need it. Implementing WalkMe does not require integration or modification to a website, or any prior technical knowledge.” This award from The Silicon Review is another great achievement to add to a growing list. Over the past four years WalkMe has received wide industry recognition and acclaim – “Cool Vendor” by Gartner, Red Herring Top 100 Award, “Top Apps That Will Change Your Business” by CIO Magazine, Stevie Award for Customer Service, CeBIT’s 2015 Top Business Solution and Excellence Award, “Hottest Companies in San Francisco” award, and more. The Silicon Review announced the winners of the 2016 50 Most Innovative Companies to Watch on their website – read more.

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WalkMe Team
WalkMe pioneered the Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) for organizations to utilize the full potential of their digital assets. Using artificial intelligence, machine learning and contextual guidance, WalkMe adds a dynamic user interface layer to raise the digital literacy of all users.