Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Todd R. Weiss share their insights as WalkMe revenue rises in Q2 to $59.9M, up 28% from Q2 2021, as the Digital Adoption Platform vendor continues to execute on its enterprise-focused strategy, grow its customer base, and impressively drive new sales.
Futurum’s principal analyst Shelly Kramer discusses WalkMe’s Investor Day and the company’s recent success with their Digital Adoption Platform. They attribute their success to their efforts on staying client focused, putting employees at the forefront.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer and junior analyst Lauren Kirkpatrick discuss WalkMe Realize 2022 and the recent announcements around WalkMe’s enterprise Digital Adoption Platform. The updates center on data, action, and experience, which will allow users to gain more insight into their enterprise technology usage and drive better employee experiences.
Futurum Analysts Shelly Kramer and Todd R. Weiss cover WalkMe’s latest earnings report for Q4 2021 and FY2021, analyzing WalkMe’s results following a pivot to an enterprise focus and how that’s paying off, and sharing insights on what’s likely ahead in this growing market segment for Digital Adoption Platforms.
Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer takes a look back at WalkMe’s year-end industry roundtable event which was held in December, offering insights into key announcements, the company’s overall growth, and WalkMe’s plans for 2022, which center on data, data, and more data.