WalkMe: Enabling Developers to Do Away with Mobile Coding

By CIOReview | Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Dan Adika, CEO, WalkMe

Dan Adika, CEO, WalkMe

FREMONT, CA: Often business leaders are found to be engulfed in the discussion of the best practices for mobilizing applications to generate business revenue. With the rise of intuitive applications and innovative technology, users’ expectations have scaled even higher. To this end, WalkMe, an interactive online guidance and engagement platform, has launched WalkMeApps. The app is a free solution to eliminate the challenges that independent mobile developers face while mobile coding and facilitate a better mobile application management.

Although mobile interaction and engagement is important for an app to sustain in the user's phone and refrain it from getting uninstalled, coding touchpoints in the apps can be time consuming. With the help of Walkme's designers, users can create “applets,” which are standalone components that can be integrated into any app without coding. These help in drive upgradation, improve user experience, reduce uninstalls, and help to develop app ratings.

“WalkMe allows business to simplify the customers’ online experience and remove user confusion,” says Dan Adika, CEO, WalkMe.

WalkMe centers on deciphering the necessities that are specific to customers and delivering technology that helps them be more effectual and proficient. The fast solution platform allows clients to create products that help their customers, employees, users or partners, to complete any task systematically.