Legal functions have adopted new technologies in the last few years as they strive towards digital transformation, but this has been at a slow pace and often has not led to a streamlining of mundane and repetitive processes. As a result, the strategic value of the function has not been exploited to its maximum potential.
Some of the key challenges the legal functions face include:
- Lack of automation: Most of the tasks and processes are still manual and paper-based
- Legal work is complex: Legal advice and processes are complex and content-rich
- Lack of IT: Most legal departments struggle with sufficient IT resources
- Limited reach: The lack of automation results in a limited reach in the business
- Lack of transparency: Manual and paper-based processes are difficult to track
- Increased risk: The lack of transparency results in potentially higher unknown risks
- Lack of KPIs: Most legal functions struggle to appropriately measure their performance metrics and develop a reporting structure
This is where BRYTER comes in.
BRYTER is specifically geared towards complex legal tasks, workflows, processes and decision-making (reasoning). BRYTER includes all the features necessary to automate recurring problems lawyers and other business experts face in legal departments – all without the need for programming expertise.
Why lawyers and other legal experts need BRYTER?
- Complex automation: BRYTER is able to capture complex expertise, reasoning and scoring
- Scenario-based: BRYTER can automate highly interdependent and conditional scenarios typical for legal work and advice
- Document-centric: BRYTER combines logic with complex content to generate bespoke outputs such as documents, contracts, reports, etc.
- Connected: BRYTER can connect to existing IT-infrastructure and data bases to formulate structured data
- Integrated: BRYTER is interoperable and integrates with all major legal tech providers to enable you to create integrated solutions
- Enterprise-ready: BRYTER meets the highest standards of performance and security