Now, BRYTER will always have Paris.
BRYTER has opened a new office in Paris. It follows the recent establishment of a regional team in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of the company’s expansion into the Nordics. It already has a base in London.
As part of its expansion into France, BRYTER has hired Arthur Lefebvre, who has ten years’ experience in IT and joins from Okta, where he was responsible for key accounts. Before that he was an account manager at Oracle.
The no-code business, which started in Germany, said that ‘companies in France are increasingly adopting technology for legal and compliance. The growing demand for local support made it clear that the next step for BRYTER [was] to move into the city’. And that level of interest is great to see.
Micha-Manuel Bues, CCO of BRYTER and head of commercial activities, said: ‘Due to growing demand in the region, the French market presents a great opportunity for us, and having a presence there will enable us to be on hand for customers and to attend all the major events – both industry-wide, and those that we host ourselves.’
While the new hire, Lefebvre, added: ‘I am honoured 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.’