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Executive Spotlight With WalkMe’s Public Sector Sales VP Billy Biggs Focuses on Company Goals, Growth Strategy & SaaS Capabilities

Billy Biggs, vice president of public sector sales at WalkMe, was featured in the most recent Executive Spotlight interview with ExecutiveBiz on Tuesday. He talked about the software-as-a-service company’s growth and sales strategy; cloud adoption, SaaS deployment and other capabilities; partnership; goals heading into 2022; and top transformation challenges for digital resilience.

Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Biggs discussing the opportunities and upcoming improvements for WalkMe heading into the new year:

“When I think about the biggest opportunities in the coming year, one is definitely market awareness.  As we’ve discussed, WalkMe is in a new category of technology (Digital Adoption) within the federal government. And at the present moment, the market hasn’t seen our capabilities on a massive scale. In fact, we’ve been very deliberate about who we’ve been prospecting over the last eight months.

I’ve asked my team to only contact specific federal thought leaders and change agents who can help us validate use cases. I want to make sure that we have the opportunity to provide stakeholder value and are soliciting appropriate feedback from the community (Government & Industry).”

Visit ExecutiveBiz to read the full Executive Spotlight interview with WalkMe VP Billy Biggs, and don’t miss our other interviews with the most significant executives of consequence to the federal and government contracting sector.

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