WalkMe Raises $50M Series E Round; Launches Mobile SDK

WalkMe has received $50 million in Series E Fundraising Round led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Greenspring Associates, and Scale Venture Partners. The company also released WalkMe apps, a SDK for mobile user engagement.

WalkMe provides a guidance and engagement platform for user onboarding, which the company says is used by over 800 enterprise service providers and SaaS vendors. Onboarding is the process of orienting and familiarizing a first-time user with the environment. Founded in 2011, WalkMe has raised $92.5 million to date.


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