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Andrew Casey, WalkMe’s Cfo, Will Be Leaving the Company

Andrew Casey, WalkMe's Cfo, Will Be Leaving the Company

WalkMe Ltd. (NASDAQ: WKME), a leading provider of digital adoption platforms, today announced the departure of Chief Financial Officer, Andrew Casey. After nearly three years of financial leadership, Casey is leaving to pursue another opportunity. He will remain with WalkMe on an advisory basis through WalkMe’s third-quarter earnings announcement to support an orderly transition.

WalkMe has launched a formal search to hire Casey’s permanent replacement who, along with the company’s recent executive leadership team additions, will lead WalkMe’s expansion efforts to capitalize on digital adoption’s $34B total addressable market. In the meantime, Hagit Ynon, WalkMe’s EVP of Finance & Operations, will serve as interim CFO following Casey’s departure. Ynon has been with WalkMe for more than three years leading the global finance, IT, operations, and facilities organizations.

“Andrew took us through a very exciting time at WalkMe, and while we will miss his leadership, business acumen, and financial stewardship, we wish him all the best in his new endeavor to lead another pre-IPO company as CFO,” said Dan Adika, CEO and Co-founder, WalkMe. “On behalf of everyone at WalkMe, I’d like to thank him for his contributions toward building a solid foundation that supports our innovation, international presence, and financial strength. And I’m thrilled to have Hagit step in as interim CFO, leading the team she helped build and manage over the past three-plus years.”

“WalkMe was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the team that pioneered the digital adoption platform (DAP) category,” said Casey. “And I’m extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished in just under three years. I’ve had the rare good fortune of being presented with a second life-changing opportunity with a unique professional and personal appeal, strongly aligned with the capabilities I’ve honed through my incredible experience at WalkMe. While it was a tough decision to leave WalkMe at an inflection point for the DAP category, it was an honor to work among so many talented leaders, and I can leave knowing the company is well positioned for the future.”

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