Bryter secures $66 million in a Series B round led by Tiger Global, joined by Accel, Dawn Capital, Notion Capital and Cavalry Ventures.


Bryter, a Berlin, Germany-based SAAS startup operating a no-code building platform, announced securing a $66 million capital funding round.

The money was raised from investors led by Tiger Global and included participations from existing shareholders Accel, Dawn Capital, Notion Capital and Cavalry Ventures.

Contributors included a range of angel investors such as Amit Agharwal, CPO of DataDog, Lars Björk, former CEO of Qlik, Ulf Zetterberg, founder and CEO of Seal software and former ServiceNow global SVP James Fitzgerald.

Bryter, founded in 2018 by CEO Michael Grupp, developed a no-code enterprise automation platform, helping professional services to digitize and scale their knowledge.

That means customers with no programming skills from industries such as law, finance, tax and compliance are able to build, manage and distribute interactive self-service applications. Clients include BakerMcKenzie, HoganLovells, Taylor Wessing, Simmons&Simmons, ING, Telefónica, supported by employees located in Berlin, Frankfurt, and London.

Bryter previously raised about $23 million from outside investors.