BRYTER has announced a new office opening in Paris, France, providing a new base for supporting the unique needs of the market.
This news follows the recent establishment of a regional BRYTER team in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of the company’s expansion to the Nordics.
Companies in France—like BRYTER customer ENGIE, the leading utility company in the country—are increasingly adopting technology for legal and compliance. The growing demand for local support made it a clear next step for BRYTER, the no-code service automation platform that anyone can use to build and maintain their own applications without programming, to move into the city. The central office space in Paris at the WeWork on Coeur Marais, 64-66 Rue des Archives will act as a launchpad for the French BRYTER team to meet with clients and stay closely involved in industry events.
As part of its expansion into France, BRYTER hired regional leader Arthur Lefebvre. With over ten years’ experience in IT, Arthur joins us from Okta, where he was responsible for key accounts in France. Before that, he was an account manager at Oracle.
Micha-Manuel Bues, CCO of BRYTER and head of commercial activities, says of the move to open the Paris office: “Due to growing demand in the region for powerful but easy-to-use automation technology, the French market presents a great opportunity for us, and having a presence there will enable us to be on hand for customers and attend all the major events—both industry-wide, and those that we host ourselves.
Arthur Lefebvre, Sales Manager at BRYTER and leader of the regional team, says: “I am honored to participate in the opening of the French office of BRYTER and to have the opportunity to support the growth of our clients and partners in France. We look forward to helping business experts transform their know-how into self-service digital applications, without resorting to computer programming skills. BRYTER contributes to democratizing the use of technology at all levels of the company, in particular for business experts, with the aim of automating and standardizing a large number of repetitive activities in record time. At the same time, the simplicity of BRYTER makes it possible to give birth to a culture of “no-code” within our clients’ teams, opening not only the way to productivity gains, but also to new possibilities of transforming knowledge into new sources of income for organizations.”
BRYTER has already been active in the area, and is one of the top sponsors at the Transformations du Droit 2021 meeting in Paris later this month on November 18 and 19, with CEO Michael Grupp leading a keynote session.
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