BRYTER has raised an impressive $16 million in Series A funding led by two of the global leading enterprise software venture capital firms Dawn Capital and Accel, who led the German headquartered company’s seed round. Also participating in the round were existing investors Notion Capital and the fund of SaaS veteran Mike Chalfen of Chalfen Ventures. The capital will be used to accelerate BRYTER’s international expansion, particularly in the US, and help enable international adoption across its growing global customer base.

Founded in 2018, BRYTER is a no-code automation platform designed to quickly build and deliver business expertise.

At the end of May it appointed Clifford Chance associate Konstantin Heilmann as its inaugural head of legal. He takes over the management of legal affairs at BRYTER, which has offices in Frankfurt, Berlin and London, and plans to open in New York this year.

While several lawyers work at BRYTER – including Johannes Maurer, Sam Spivack, Sharan Kaur and founders Michael Grupp and Micha-Manuel Bues, Heilmann is the first full-time legal hire.

BRYTER counts among its clients PwC, Dentons, Baker McKenzie, Hogan Lovells, McDermott Will & Emery, PwC and corporates including TechData. Its USP is that it enables lawyers to automate expert knowledge without coding skills.

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