It’s time to continue our series about companies around the world that help ONLYOFFICE grow internationally and reach high tops in professional markets. Today we are jumping to Brazil to tell you a story about ByBit and using ONLYOFFICE in a local legal sector.
ByBit is a software development company with a focus on cloud services for the legal sector, based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The main product of ByBit is Libra, the electronic document management platform for public agencies of justice.
The purpose of Libra is to reduce the paper bureaucracy and optimize back-end processing of legal regulation and administrative processes. It as well allows centralizing cloud document management systems for courts in a single platform.
Main clients of ByBit are public law agencies: there are more than 40 different electronic process systems installed in Brazilian courts so far.
Leonardo Alencar, Project Owner, ByBit:
ONLYOFFICE has the most complete text editor we could find. It totally meets the standards related to work the lawyers carry out, which in the end finds a great appreciation among the professionals. Both easy transition from Microsoft Office due to similar interface layout and amazing sharing capabilities make ONLYOFFICE the best option to integrate with Libra.
What ONLYOFFICE means to ByBit:
Galina Godukhina, Head of Sales, ONLYOFFICE:
ByBit opens a vivid landscape of opportunities for ONLYOFFICE. This partnership means both the gate into Brazilian software market, and a valuable case of use in a professional legal environment.
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