BRYTER, Germany’s leading decision automation platform, today announced the opening of a new office in London as part of the organization’s expansion into the global automation market.
‘London has emerged into a buzzing hub for innovation in law and banking, so it was only a matter of time for us to launch London’s own BRYTER presence’, says Michael Grupp, CEO of the growing company.
The new office – situated in the former Barcley’s Bank offices at Notting Hill Gate – is partly owed to the collaboration with Barcley’s Bank and their Eagly Labs Hub that accepted BRYTER last summer as the first German Company. While most reg tech or legal tech providers are partly limited in terms of market and international perspectives, this does not hold true for tool-providers. BRYTER offers a no-code, easy-to-use development platform for decision automation that is used by law firms and corporate legal departments in most European countries.
A number of private and public players in Germany are working with the toolset and the client roster lately expanded across the channel: “Our technology is already trusted by some of UKs largest law firms to effectively build legal products – without the necessity to code. And we feel that it strengthens ties with our clients and other players to have a physical presence close by. Access to decision automation toolsets is a global market and given our growth and the demands of our global clients, expanding to the global legal melting pot that London has become makes sense.
Or in our words: ‘We’re looking forward to supporting the City’s ambition to be a world leader in the emerging global reg tech and legal tech economy.’
One of the first activities in the City will be a presentation of the BRYTER decision automation platform at the 2018 Legal Geek conference.