Please note this post is from 2013. For an updated review of WalkMe competitors, click here.
Not unlike most other industries, WalkMe has its fair share of competition. There are a variety of competitors to WalkMe that offer competing on-page guidance tools. Most of WalkMe’s competitors, except for Iridize, cater to the self-service, lower end of the market. Their solutions are great for companies that don’t have a sizeable budget for on-page guidance tools. Here are some of their main differentiators:
Tutorialize has a nice, clean design, and their tutorial themes can be customized via adding a fully custom CSS into their extension. Their tooltips also “speak” Spanish and French. Their prices range from $9/month to $49/month, and their pricing model is based on number of tutorial plays and published tutorials.
TourMyApp are also multilingual and customizable. Their pricing range, based on the number of times their guides are used, ranges from $24/month to $250/month, and they charge an additional $100 per hour for professional services, which includes guide and analytics creation services.
Taurus offers a nice drag-and-drop interface for tooltips, but no demos are available. In fact, you have to click “Sign up” to view the pricing page and only then proceed to check capabilities and features. Their pricing plans, which range from a free plan to $39/month, are based on pageviews per month and number of tours created.
And then there’s Iridize, which is probably the closest competitor to WalkMe. Just like WalkMe, Iridize provides comprehensive, feature-rich and fully-customizable solutions for medium to large SaaS and enterprise customers. Iridize offers a variety of guidance solutions, not only walkthroughs, and Iridize’s pricing, which is based on the number of guides needed, includes an unlimited amount of “Extreme Support” and professional services.
Looking for a more updated review of WalkMe competition? Try our 2016 WalkMe Alternatives overview.