In this episode Tyson speaks to Michael Grupp, CEO of BRYTER, the leading no-code platform to automate expert knowledge. BRYTER is especially geared towards experts in law, finance, tax and compliance working with complex, conditional and scenario-based content who want to automate recurring and standardizable decision-making processes. They discuss what a day in the life of Michael looks like, what was the tipping point to leave the lawyering life and diving deep into the start-up world. The conversation covers BRYTER’s true north and vision, the biggest challenges in Michael’s role as well as his ‘favourite’ mistakes as an entrepreneur. Detours include the challenges of working remotely, Michael’s hypothetical Ted Talk subject and the importance of detours and failures along the way.
You can find the link to the book: Introduction to Legal Informatics referenced in this podcast here.