BRYTER announces that it has retained its top ranking by legal directory Chambers and Partners for Workflow Management and Service Platform and, this year, has also been ranked Band 1 for Document Automation. This makes BRYTER the only legal tech vendor out of 47 vendors to be ranked Band 1 by Chambers and Partners across two categories.
For over 30 years, Chambers and Partners has been researching and ranking law firm practice areas globally, providing an influential voice across the legal market. Following on from last year’s inaugural edition, the 2022 LawTech Guide recognizes the continued impact of legal technology.
Chambers and Partners’ legal directories are the product of hundreds of in-depth interviews with clients in order to assess the reputation and expertise of lawyers and vendors worldwide. BRYTER is proud to achieve the top ranking of Band 1 across two categories, and especially proud of what our customers told Chambers:
“The technology at BRYTER is on point for what we needed. Ease of use for the platform is important. BRYTER is good, user-friendly and accessible. They’re very much attuned to the legal market. They have really good practice consultants within the organisation.”
“BRYTER is a very good piece of software that allows you to manage cases and workflows and does not involve extensive IT support. BRYTER shortcuts the IT people as it is very simple for lawyers to use.”
BRYTER CEO Michael Grupp says, “We are thrilled to be ranked Band 1 by Chambers and Partners across not one, but two categories: retaining our top ranking for Workflow Management and Service Platform, and ranking on top this year for Document Automation. This reflects the continued investment we’ve made in our product development: to make BRYTER both easy enough for lawyers to use, but also powerful enough to meet the needs of the legal industry.”
To download the 2022 LawTech Guide, visit Chambers and Partners here.
BRYTER is the no-code automation platform that enables law firms and legal departments to work more efficiently and provide a better client service with pre-built workflows and self-service applications. Legal teams use the platform to automate complex, recurring decisions and workflows, all without programming. Law firms like Clifford Chance, DLA Piper and Linklaters, as well companies like McDonald’s, Telefónica and ING Bank use BRYTER to provide faster, more accurate legal services.