WalkMe was named as hi-tech company of the Week by Haaretz newspaper.
Companies seeking the best web experience for customers are turning to WalkMe, a user-friendly hi-tech company that holds your hand through the often confusing process of navigating websites.
“The idea is to give the website owner a tool that will enable him to create step-by-step guides that site users can use in real time, just like using GPS,” says Rafi Sweary, the company’s president. The past 15 years have seen a major movement by users on the internet–such as financial management and purchasing. WalkMe created a software to assist the billions of internet users and companies providing services to complete processes simply and intuitively. WalkMe’s software aims to make every process easy and foolproof easing the user’s difficulty navigating complicated processes. “Our goal is to work with the biggest brands on the Internet,” Sweary says. “As far as we’re concerned, we should be on every website that asks users to type in a username and password. Companies are trying to lead their users toward self-service, but for that to happen, they need a very comfortable user experience. That’s where we come in.” WalkMe, which has 20 employees in its offices in Tel Aviv, raised $1 million recently from Mangrove Capital Partners.