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Website Usability Company WalkMe Buys Machine Learning Startup DeepUI

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Website Usability Company WalkMe Buys Machine Learning Startup DeepUI

Israel-based DeepUI, still in stealth mode, employs crowdsourced, user-based data to anticipate an individual user’s needs

CTech | 14:16  21.06.2018
Israeli website usability company WalkMe has acquired machine learning startup DeepUI, the company announced Wednesday. The financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Israel-based DeepUI, still in stealth mode, employs crowdsourced, user-based data to anticipate an individual user’s needs. The startup's know-how "will help WalkMe to solidify its position as a leader in AI for enterprise digital adoption,” said Rephael Sweary, co-founder and president of WalkMe. This is WalkMe's third acquisition since its establishment in 2011.

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