No-Code Automation helps those working in immigration to deal with political and sociological turmoil and increasing compliance requirements to deliver powerful digital tools fast.

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    With so many organizations having a globalized workforce, and more and more people moving across borders to work, there have been huge changes in the way regulatory experts, both in private practice and in institutions, public and administrative bodies, have had to deal with immigration.

    With more people moving around the world, many cities and regions have had to make big infrastructure changes – but people are still likely to be attracted to the prospect of working in in-demand areas. This is compounded by political and sociological turmoil in regions that are not in as much demand, with refugees flocking to other areas – and seeking solace in major cities and countries. With outdated IT infrastructure and tools being used, it can slow down the administrative work required and the ability to track an individual’s work.

    Digitization has helped those working in immigration to deal with these issues more effectively as:

    • There are digital tools available for cross border administrative tasks
    • As it an international topic, it requires global solutions with digital applications that can be used universally
    • As these problems that require scaling, they require tools that can be scaled up or down, which are available now
    • Digital tools provide more transparency to all of those involved in the process, and a way to streamline the work, and better track those people who are moving

    Countries are increasingly subscribing to digital platform use, both as a way to streamline regulation knowledge, and as a method to improve capabilities to manage processes and requests. This provides greater efficiencies for foreign nationals and businesses and alleviates challenges of the public sector facing inhomogenous, partially outdated technological infrastructure systems and the resulting processing disruptions in the short-term. 

    BRYTER is being used in a number of use cases:

    BRYTER is used by international organisations, law firms, consultants and corporattions to install state-of-the-art data intage, processing and managing structures in numerous scenarios:

    • Process guidance: BRYTER-based applications make it easy to navigate through and handle complex immigration laws and regulations. 
    • Integrated workflows: BRYTER allows you to build workflows which are not only based on its core logic editor, but which also integrate external databases and applications to build seamless workflows. 
    • Document-centric: BRYTER combines logic with complex content to generate immigration forms and applications which meet the respective official requirements. 
    • Faster execution: Transform standardized but complex immigrations law processes into interactive legal applications, which are easy-to-use and safe you time to focus high value work. 
    • Highly customizable: BRYTER’s modular logic editor allows you to easily maintain and adjust your existing applications as immigrations laws change and new procedures come into force. 

    BRYTER is being used by the auditing firm KPMG to develop and provide automation solutions to clients in the area of interantional employee assignements and Visa proceedings.

    On Lesvos, BRYTER assists the NGO European Lawyers in Lesvos (ELIL) in the data intake and management of asylum seekers.