September 2019: BRYTER in the News

BRYTER in the news

Some of BRYTER’s projects have been in news lately. We gathered some of the coverage here:

Some of BRYTER projects have been in news lately. We gathered some of the coverage here:

Published in Soldan Insights 
Our CEO Michael Grupp talks about the major functioning of the BRYTER no-code platform and explains why such a tool has been missing: Most experts, especially lawyers and compliance professionals, are reasoning in complex structures that cannot be easily formalized. BRYTER is the toolset that helps to visualize and automate complex decision making.

Published in the HSG St. Gallen Alumni – Magazine 
Back in 2013 the Legal Tech Company Lexalgo was a winner in the first HSG St. Gallen Alumni Startup Competition. At that time, our current CEO Michael Grupp had co-founded and assisted the Project and helped it emerge into a Legal Tech pioneer. This year, Lexalgo was acquired and subsequently integrated into the BRYTER Platform – reason enough for our team to look back and give some feedback on what has happened since.

Published on AZUR online 
Our Access to Justice project with the Humbold University under the BRYTER Impact umbrella was featured in AZUR online. Find out how the students can build interactive legal automation systems – without a single line of code.

Published in Karriere im Recht 
A lengthy interview was covered in the recent issue of ‘Karriere im Recht’. Michael Grupp and Micha Bues talk about why we left Big law, how innovative projects can transform the law and where we think technology can really help.


BRYTER is the no-code app builder that enables business experts to build self-service apps. Our workflow automation platform provide enterprises with faster, more accurate services, without coding skills. BRYTER is especially geared towards enabling legal operations and data privacy automation, allowing users to automate complex, recurring decisions and scenarios. Global brands from consumer industries (McDonald’s), through financial services (ING) to professional service firms (Deloitte, PwC and KPMG), use BRYTER as a GDPR compliance software and as a data breach reporting assistant to streamline complex services. Discover BRYTER guide to no-code and how all teams, across industries, enjoy it.

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