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2019 LegalTech Buyer's Guide

BRYTER featured in the 2019 Legal Tech Buyer's Guide

We are thrilled to be a featured vendor in the 2019 Legal Tech Buyer Guide’s Expertise Automation category.

The Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide is a collection of the leading Legal Tech solutions. It is a good source for members of the legal industry who want to evaluate the adoption of a Legal Tech solution.

About the buyer’s guide

Law firms and in-house legal teams are moving beyond traditional management and word-processing software; Legal Tech solutions are helping them improve efficiency while maintaining high-quality legal service delivery. The Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide aggregates market-leading Legal Tech vendors and is one of the “go-to” sources for legal industry stakeholders in evaluating prospective Legal Tech solutions.

Now in its third edition, the Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide provides a curated selection of over 80 Legal Tech vendors, split across 12 categories. The top few players are highlighted per category and we are thrilled to have been featured in the Expertise Automation category.

The guide describes how Legal Tech solutions can help automate certain tasks and workflows traditionally handled by lawyers or legal staff. It helps law firms and inhouse counsels create their own Legal Tech roadmaps, and provides useful resources to help them identify, evaluate, and justify proposed Legal Tech solutions.

Additionally, the guide highlights some of the major trends in the legal innovation space:  

  • mature Legal Tech solutions 
  • lawyers and legal departments becoming a more responsive business partner 
  • the growth of legal operations: measuring, reporting and optimizing legal performance as key factors in improving the delivery of legal services. 

It also explains broader industry terms with more details, such as artificial intelligence, legal operations, blockchain, and ‘the cloud’.

BRYTER as a leading vendor in the Expertise Automation category

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Expertise automation software relates to the automation of cognitive tasks, such as decision-making. Expertise automation software solutions help domain experts extend their reach and impact through wider dissemination of their expert knowledge.

BRYTER’s no-code platform helps knowledge professionals architect their decision-making reasoning; once mapped out into a decision-tree, all that remains is user input. The actual decision-making, or ‘expertise’, is effectively automated.

Our intuitive toolbox enables professionals to build, manage and sell interactive applications without programming skills. It helps consulting firms, banks, corporates, and public administration across the globe to digitize and scale their services. In our latest success story, Stephen Allen, Head of Innovation and Digital Initiatives at Hogan Lovells, shared the following evaluation of our platform:

I see BRYTER principally in two ways: It is a very effective guided knowledge tool; and an automate process tool.

Stephen Allen, Head of Innovation and Digital Initiatives at Hogan Lovells

Automated expertise technologies bring value, efficiency, and cost-savings to both in-house legal departments and law firms. Automation platforms like BRYTER allow the transformation of frequently-used documents and processes into intelligent workflows that professionals can use and share across the organization. By automating workflows for transactions and litigation, firms and legal departments can save time and resources, reduce risk, and increase accuracy.

LawGeex, the publisher of the Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide, is an AI Contract Review Automation platform. It assists legal professionals in ensuring contracts comply with company policies and regulations.