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WalkMe Inc. Locates Regional Headquarters In Raleigh, North Carolina

WalkMe Inc., a leading software company from Silicon Valley, has established its regional headquarters in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. The company plans to create hundreds of jobs in Wake County over the next few years. Raleigh will also serve as the global center of excellence and support for the recently launched WalkMe Apps.

“Wake County is quickly emerging as the leading tech hub in the southeast,” said Wake County Economic Development Executive Director Adrienne Cole. “Raleigh experienced the fastest growth in IT jobs in the country last year, and WalkMe’s decision to locate in Raleigh will add to this sector’s continued growth.”

Dan Adika, CEO, WalkMe: “We chose to establish our regional headquarters in Raleigh because we identified Wake County as a leading tech hub in the southeast, with a high number of skilled people who can join WalkMe. Raleigh will also serve as our global center of excellence and support for WalkMe Apps. We have big plans for 2016 and beyond, and we have plenty of positions open for smart people who share our passion,” added Adika.

"We are excited to have WalkMe, a cutting edge global software company, choose Raleigh as one of five worldwide corporate locations,” said the City of Raleigh’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Manager, Derrick Minor. “This further solidifies Raleigh as a leading destination for top talent and innovative companies, and we look forward to having them grow with us into the future."

The decision to locate in Raleigh resulted from months of ongoing collaboration between WalkMe and Wake County Economic Development (WCED), the City of Raleigh Office of Economic Development, Capital Area Workforce Development Board (CAWDB), the NC Community College System, NC State University and the Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP).

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