The WalkMe Realizer Awards celebrate companies and individuals using and evangelizing digital adoption to realize the full potential of technology to deliver business value in their respective spaces. This year,
WalkMe Realizer Award Winners:
Best Customer Experience -
Best Employee Experience - Nestlé
Best Transformational Business Impact - Splunk
Inspiring Leader Award Winner:
Digital Adoption (DAP) Professional of the Year -
"It is so inspiring to read so many detailed accounts of the impact our customers have made at their organizations using
For full award details and information on the winning submissions and finalists, please visit:The information shared on this page was obtained through customer submissions. Finalists were selected by an internal judging panel and winners were chosen by crowdsourced voting.
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About Digital Adoption (DAP) Professionals:
The leaders of the digital transformation era, DAP Professionals drive and oversee an organization's digital strategy with special focus on ensuring employees can use digital investments to the fullest capacity to ensure technology ROI. When companies implement new technologies, a great deal of change and accompanying challenges are inevitable. DAP Professionals tackle these challenges, drive adoption, and measure results.
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