RAAMP Commercial Real Estate Accounting & Asset Management Software Solution Selects WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform as Provider of Choice

RAAMP adopts WalkMe DAP
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GREENVILLE, SC, April 30, 2019 – RAAMP, LLC, a leading provider of Commercial Real Estate Accounting & Asset Management software solutions announces the selection of WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform.

New Partnership Promotes Rapid, Streamlined and Contextualized Guidance to Maximize Commercial Real Estate Accounting & Asset Management Software Adoption

Walkme logoRAAMP, an industry leading, end-to-end solution for Commercial Real Estate Accounting & Asset Management, today announced its partnership with WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) – an enterprise-class guidance, engagement, insights and automation platform.

The new integration will help commercial, industrial, corporate and other lease management professional clients, as well as internal RAAMP employees, implement and adopt the software functionality seamlessly through in-product guidance, video tutorials and comprehensive support from within the RAAMP solution.

WalkMe’s DAP enables the creation of interactive, on-screen sequences that guide and engage users throughout any digital experience. Powered by AI and machine learning, WalkMe’s context-intelligent algorithm streamlines digital adoption internally and externally, ensuring that the right users receive the right information exactly at the moment of need.

“RAAMP is proud to have partnered with the digital adoption platform, WalkMe, to help our customers, partners and employees get the most out of our software while significantly reducing the time needed for training and support,” said Landrum Randolph, Chief Architect and Creator of RAAMP. “As we were designing RAAMP, ease of use and simplicity in navigation were key elements requested by our clients seeking to replace overly-complex, legacy systems. We looked for a partner that shares our vision of empowering users to explore every aspect of our solution through true, digital adoption.”

About RAAMP

Founded in 2015, RAAMP combines robust CRE Asset Accounting, Lease Management, and Document storage in a team-shared environment. Developed as an internal tool for private asset management, RAAMP was designed by a core group of analysts, property managers and CFOs and replaces over-engineered, overly complex industry solutions with a simple, elegant platform. RAAMP’s software solution increases productivity between management teams, reduces the risk of missed revenue, and eliminates the need for multiple software and file management systems within a company. RAAMP solutions support millions of square feet of managed space for the commercial property management industry.  For more information, or to book a demo visit RAAMP.com

About WalkMe

WalkMe is the pioneer of the Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) – an enterprise-class guidance, engagement, insights and automation platform. As the digital revolution transforms the workplace and customer preferences, WalkMe’s holistic approach simplifies enterprise systems, customer-facing sites and mobile apps for the overwhelmed user.

WalkMe’s platform is used by over 1,000 enterprises, including many Fortune 500 companies across all industries. For more information, please visit the WalkMe website.

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