WalkMe Ltd. a leading provider of digital adoption platforms, today announced the formation of its Growth Advisory Board to guide its vision to fundamentally transform the productivity of humanity by harnessing the power of technology. With founding members hailing from strategically relevant backgrounds and geographies, the Growth Advisory Board will play a key role in advising on WalkMe’s innovation and long-term strategy to drive further adoption of WalkMe within new and existing markets.
“While it took the grit of the entire WalkMe team and our valued customers to create a new category of technology, we understand it will take several more great minds to guide us through the next phase of growth and beyond,” said Rafael Sweary, Co-Founder and President of WalkMe. “That is why we carefully selected our founding members; each brings to the table unique experiences that align with our current priorities and growth areas. The Growth Advisory Board members will provide the counsel and diversity of thought needed to sustain our levels of innovation and customer success. Market leaders are built by strong teams, and we are excited to be expanding ours with the specific skill sets of the founding board members.”
The founding members of WalkMe’s Growth Advisory Board include:
- Josh Bersin, Global Industry Analyst and CEO, The Josh Bersin Company
- Shlomit Harth, Venture Partner at TPY Capital and former Vice President and Israel Country Manager, Gartner
- Michael Hubbard, SVP, Customer Success, Services & Support at SmartSheet
- Enrique Oti, CTO, Second Front Systems
WalkMe was founded ten years ago to simplify the way people interact with technology. As a no-code, platform-agnostic solution, WalkMe’s Digital Adoption Platform runs across all underlying applications– for both employees and customers alike. Over the last decade, WalkMe has continued to deliver digital solutions at scale to help organizations worldwide achieve their digital transformation goals by creating frictionless and elegant digital experiences that reduce complexity in the enterprise technology stack.