What is inside the whitepaper?
In BRYTER’s series of white papers, we explore issues facing the legal profession when it comes to creating digital solutions, and how No Code enables any legal professional to build tools that deliver savings and value.
An introduction to No Code
The no code concept removes the key blocking points that prevent anyone in a business creating practical task-focused tools that solve their problems.
A brief history of the road to no code
No code isn’t new, and you may be familiar with legacy tools, but the modern cloud enables smarter tools to be created, tested and deployed faster than ever before.
No code in business
CIOs and department leaders seek rapid solutions to their business problems, something No Code can help deliver, with clear ROI, also helping build foundations for future automation.
How no code supports legal and compliance
Decision-makers in corporate legal and compliance can use No Code to encourage development, participation and to help distribute knowledge across the company.
What no code helps Corporate Legal build
No Code tools bring greater visibility for corporate law processes, with dedicated corporate law tools to manage corporate or personal conduct, the status of corporations and other legal entities they do business with.