Walkme Receives Industry Recognition for Ensuring Continuity for Employees During the Pandemic
Workstation honoured as ‘Overall RemoteTech Solution of the Year’ for its critical role in ensuring employees navigate the rapid shift to remote work
WalkMe, the world’s first Digital Adoption Platform and one of the fastest-growing software companies globally, has been named as ‘Overall RemoteTech Solution of the Year’ by the Tech Breakthrough organization, a leading global market intelligence and recognition platform for today’s most competitive categories of technology. The award recognizes the world’s best technology companies, products and services that empower remote work around the globe.
Even before COVID-19 disrupted the digital workplace, the number of applications per employee continued to grow. As lockdown mandates saw the global workforce adapt to remote work seemingly overnight, businesses large and small needed to be fully reliant on digital to maintain their revenue streams. However, many businesses were not equipped with the tools to empower their employees to continue working from home, nor the visibility to fully mitigate a digital disruption of this scale.
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Changing business environments and adjusting to a new normal brought about new platforms and processes. Businesses were able to adapt how they introduced new tools and processes, and onboard new employees from afar by providing contextual and user-specific assistance.
“WalkMe gave us a new purpose in our organization,” said Tobias Washington, Director, Learning Experience, Design and Technology, Christus Health, a client of the Digital Adoption Unicorn. “Most of the products and tools we support are related to digital transformation and WalkMe is the game changer.”
WalkMe enables its customers to continue to operate normally in times of crisis. Whether that is supporting unexpected disruption like moving to an indefinite remote workforce or facilitating a long-term digital transformation initiative. With the full power of the WalkMe platform, including WalkMe Workstation, executives enjoy full visibility into the entire tech stack and the assurance that applications are being adopted everywhere.
“To support the fight against COVID-19 in the U.S. this year, WalkMe Workstation helped train more than 80,000 doctors in one week on a free new teleconsultation tool,” said Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director of RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards. “We are proud to award WalkMe Workstation with the ‘Overall Remote Tech Solution of the Year’ award in the 2020 RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards for the company’s support of remote teams across industries this year.”
Workstation is the secret sauce for the simplification of change management and the adoption of complex systems; helping employees complete processes quickly and successfully, no matter where they are or what application they are using.
“With WalkMe Workstation organizations can consistently engage employees with the tools and support they need to do their job anytime, anywhere,” said Dan Adika, CEO and Co-Founder of WalkMe. “We are honoured to be recognized as Overall Remote Tech Solution of the Year – a testament to the growth of the WalkMe ecosystem and our commitment to ensuring business continuity by creating a seamless employee experience.”
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