BRYTER completes $16M Series A funding round

This fundraising round brings total investments to $25M

BRYTER, the no-code building platform, announced it’s raised $16 million in a Series A round. The funding round was co-led by Accel and Dawn Capital. Notion Capital and Chalfen Ventures also participated in the funding round. BRYTER will use the funding to accelerate its international expansion and enable the adoption of its services across the company’s growing customer base. With this funding round, BRYTER has successfully raised a total of $25 million.

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Founded in 2018, BRYTER’s no-code platform empowers workers without coding or programming knowledge to build tools like chatbots, trigger automated database and automate onboarding processes. According to BRYTER, over 2,000 business applications and workflows have been deployed using its no-code platform. 

“We have focused on providing our users with an intuitive platform that enables them to get to grips with using BRYTER in minutes whilst, at the same time, includes a powerful toolset necessary for enterprise-grade industries,” the company shared in its announcement of the funding round.

BRYTER has over 50 customers globally, including McDonald’s, Telefónica, Deloitte, PwC and KPMG. The company has assisted each of these companies in building applications, and developing chatbots and self-service applications. 

“Building on our early momentum in the compliance and legal markets, this funding round will allow us to bring our enterprise no-code platform to more customers both in additional geographies and industries, and power our momentum for continued international growth. And we are thrilled to receive such high-skilled experience and support helping us achieve this, said CEO and co-founder, Michael Grupp.

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Evgenia Plotnikova, partner at Dawn Capital added, “To drive automation at scale throughout the modern enterprise, IT needs to transform ‘citizens’ into developers. BRYTER makes that step easy and seamless: any professional can now build software tools, tackling the most challenging processes and decisions.”

BRYTER isn’t the only startup offering no-code software. There’s already a number of platforms offering no-code or minimal-coding services. Some of BRYTER’s competition in this space includes Blender.io, Zapier, Tray.io and n8n.

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