Digital Adoption Platform

  • Recipient of over 30 Industry Awards

  • WalkMe Raises $207.5 million

  • WalkMe secures $40 million in Series Funding

  • The Singapore Economic Development Board invests $10 million in WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform to expand the startup in the Asia Pacific region.

  • WalkMe has now raised $217 million in total 

  • Recognized as ‘Hot 100’ list on JMP Securities’ List of Privately Held Software Companies of 2018

  • 2,000 corporate customers

  • Over 30% of the Fortune 500 companies

  • Seven offices in the US, Europe and Asia



    We offer the WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) to organizations looking for a simple and effective way of getting employees on board with new technology instantly. Founded in 2011, this Digital Adoption Platform was designed to make systems adaptable to users, by guiding, engaging and automating thereby enabling users to work with and use technology faster and more efficiently. As such, we offer a way to instantly simplify user experience by driving users to action with visual clues and strategically placed content customized to your software platform.

In a nutshell, we:


  • Make interfacing with digital systems easy for everyone

  • Allow your enterprise and your employees to keep pace with the speed of technological innovation and transformation

  • Provide an effective means for support, training, and promotional purposes

  • Simplify your organization’s digital assets for the overwhelmed employee

  • Work across platforms across industries and verticals   


Founder and Director

                       Daughter of a diplomat, Som was born in Ottawa and raised in Moscow, Bangkok and Seoul. She holds a BA in Management Studies (marketing major, IT minor) and an MBA from the University of Melbourne.  

                         She landed her first job in Singapore in banking where she learned a great deal about sales and customer relations. She then worked for a training company and realized how much she enjoyed teaching, conducting and facilitating classes.

After receiving her MBA, Som remained in Australia and worked in Melbourne for three years. When she returned to Thailand in 1998, she joined the Korn Ferry Hay Group, which became her first real encounter with HR. She was then hired by Compaq and this was followed by an impressive track record in HR: at Unilever in HR Solutions and People Development; as SVP Head of HR Strategy for Siam Commercial Bank and TMB; as Asia Regional Director at Bombardier; as Chief HR Officer at Prudential, and as EVP Head of HR Strategy for Central Group.

                         Looking for more avenues, Som discovered coaching and leadership and delved into that wholeheartedly, earning a certificate in Executive Coaching with the International Coach Federation (ICF) and Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching.

Her turning point came about 3 or 4 years ago where she 'felt like something was missing’ and she soon became interested in ‘the whole digital space and saw how HR could participate’. She then discovered WalkMe: ‘I could see the bigger picture, of a company going through a digital journey and realized that HR can’t continue to use traditional methods to solve or change the culture of people or organizations anymore. How can you introduce and train technology in a classroom? There has to be a different way for people to learn themselves and I found that WalkMe was an effective tool to help change workplace culture, change the behavior of people, change the mindset of people over time, and that is why I have been on this path, to try to bring digital adoption to companies in Thailand’.



Line / Skype: somsuneev


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