On-screen guidance startup WalkMe raised M led by Insight, now valued around 0M

As more people and businesses shift to digital platforms to get things done, a cloud-based platform for making interfaces easier to navigate continues to grow. WalkMe, which helps guide people through confusing or complicated services online, has raised another $50 million in funding at a valuation that TechCrunch understands from reliable sources is now around $400 million.The fundraise, which closed about a month ago, was first reported in GeekTime yesterday, without details of valuation or investors. WalkMe has confirmed to me that the Series E round was led by new investor Insight Venture Partners — backer of other cloud-based B2B2C businesses like Shopify and Automattic, among many others — along with existing investors. To date, WalkMe, based out of San Francisco but with R&D roots in Tel Aviv, has raised just over $92 million, with other…


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