BRYTER, the no-code automation platform, has appointed James Quaile as its new Lead Legal Practice (UK and Northern Europe).
Based in London, James has been appointed to lead on our growing relationships with legal service providers. James brings extensive experience in the legal technology market that will help drive growth for the business, and strengthen our relationships with our customers.
With over 10 years of experience in this market, from practicing as a solicitor to consulting and technical roles, James is a proven performer who has successfully built relationships with law firms across the UK and Europe.
Since joining BRYTER three years ago, James has worked extensively with our law firm customers, helping them to identify use cases, rapidly prototype solutions and demonstrate business value. He brings a passion for the use of technology in legal services, and a relentless focus on helping our customers get the most value out of their technology stack.
This appointment further strengthens BRYTER’s commitment to the law firm market as momentum continues to build following the recent announcement that BRYTER was ranked Band 1 by Chamber and Partners for the second consecutive year for Workflow Management and Service Platform, and additionally Band 1 for Document Automation. This makes BRYTER the only legal tech vendor to be ranked Band 1 across two categories demonstrating the commitment the company has placed in product features valuable to the legal market.
James says: “From working within law firms as a practicing solicitor and in technology within the Customer Success, Business Consulting, and Legal Engineering teams at BRYTER, I have always been fascinated by how technology can be leveraged within legal practices. I’m delighted to move into this role which provides a great platform to analyse new opportunities for BRYTER within law firms, as well as work with our expanding community of law firm users. I’m looking forward to developing new use cases with law firms and using my experience to help support them in their innovation and digital transformation journeys.“
Micha Bues, CCO and co-founder of BRYTER, says: “James is one of those unique individuals: someone who combines a deep understanding of the legal market from years of practice, with an advanced technical understanding of legal automation. These skills are a great asset to our team, and an even greater asset to our growing law firm customer base. This appointment comes at a time when we are seeing a huge demand among legal service providers for a way to make their services digital, and James plays a key role in our growth plans.”
BRYTER is the no-code automation platform that enables legal experts to build digital apps. BRYTER gives enterprise teams the tools to build digital applications to provide faster, more accurate services to their colleagues, without programming. BRYTER is especially geared to professionals in law, who use workflow automation and no-code to streamline complex, recurring decisions and scenarios. Global brands from consumer industries (McDonald’s), through financial services (ING Banking Group) to professional service firms (Deloitte, PwC and KPMG), use BRYTER to deliver services digitally. BRYTER is a remote-first company with offices in New York, Boston, London, Paris, Frankfurt and Berlin. www.bryter.com