Financials were not disclosed.
Founded in 2011 in Tel Aviv by Dan Adika, Eyal Cohen, and Rafael Sweary, WalkMe is a digital adoption platform that helps companies measure and act on their digital transformations and optimise the value of software investments.
Zest is an AI-driven search mechanism that leverages NLP to quickly and accurately retrieve any document, file, contact, or record within a firm’s holdings. In doing so, the service also reduces the computing power needed to perform complex searches and/or tasks.
As a result of the acquisition, Zest is expected to be integrated into WalkMe’s desktop product, Workstation.
“Zest is a natural extension of WalkMe’s core business use case: to make technology adapt to people, not the other way around,” comments WalkMe CEO and co-founder Dan Adika “Zest’s proprietary technology will bring new levels of functionality and efficiency to the WalkMe product suite, making it easier for customers to achieve their digital transformation goals.”