History of WalkMe

WalkMe is a leading digital adoption platform founded in 2011 by Dan Adika, Rafael Sweary, and Eyal Cohen in Tel Aviv, Israel. The platform was conceived to address the growing complexity of software applications and the challenges users face in adopting and maximizing their functionality. Initially, WalkMe focused on creating interactive on-screen guidance to assist users in navigating through web-based applications seamlessly. The company quickly gained traction due to its innovative approach, which eliminated the need for traditional user manuals and training sessions, thus saving time and resources for businesses.

As WalkMe gained popularity, it expanded its offerings to include a comprehensive suite of digital adoption solutions, encompassing features like analytics, automation, and personalization. Its platform enables companies to analyze user behavior, identify pain points, and deliver contextual guidance in real-time, thereby enhancing user experience and accelerating the adoption of digital tools. Over the years, WalkMe has attracted a diverse clientele ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies across various industries. With offices worldwide and a commitment to continuous innovation, WalkMe remains at the forefront of the digital adoption space, empowering organizations to thrive in the digital age.