Vantage Ventures has welcomed Skypunch Technology as one of its newest resident companies and there has already been some initial benefit as the company continues to evolve and expand the use of its online voting system.
All organizations want to know if their voter participation rates are acceptable, but defining “acceptable” is not easy. This article attempts to provide a starting point for answering the question and makes a suggestion on the voter participation statistic you should really focus on.
As announced back on September 15, ElectionsOnline was in the early stages of merging with Skypunch Technology and that meant making a preliminary announcement to that effect so that clients knew to be on the lookout for emails originating from the skypunch.tech domain. That merger is now much further along and ready for this more official announcement.
ElectionsOnline is merging with Skypunch Technology. That means clients should begin immediately instructing their voters to whitelist email originating from the skypunch.tech domain to ensure the same deliverability as always.
The simple answer to the question, what makes ElectionsOnline the leading innovator, is, well, innovation. But the claim isn’t just puffery. There’s a valid case to be made for ElectionsOnline being the election service other election services want to be when they grow up.
To complement the ability election managers have to perform election verification against the entire collection of ballots in an election, individual voters now have a ballot verification wizard they may step through to be absolutely certain their ballot has been captured; has not been altered in any way; and is being included in the election results tabulation.
ElectionsOnline has a new website with a totally new look and feel. But the baby was not thrown out with the bath water. The tools that have made managing elections so easy over the years remain intact, so the learning curve for clients visiting this site for the first time... well, there really is no learning curve. Just enjoy the shiny, new site!
ElectionsOnline has revamped the pricing model for its online voting system making the service available in three different editions: 1. Standard, 2. Professional, 3. Enterprise. Each with a progressively more complete collection of features so clients pay only for what they use.
ElectionsOnline has further solidified its position in the market as the leading provider of integrated election solutions for the association market with a partnership with Community Brands—the company that owns Abila, Aptify, YourMembership and NimbleUser.
netFORUM, the very popular Association Management System (AMS) from Abila, plays quite nicely with ElectionsOnline’s online voting software, Evote, thanks to some integration work from Dovelox.