Electoral Management System (EMS)
Smartmatic’s electoral operation system allows the definition and configuration of the election (it is fed with data provided by the voting authority regarding eligible posts, candidates and political parties). The system then generates the configuration files for each voting machine being deployed, and finally contributes to the generation of reports and legal documents with the evaluation results of the system’s performance.
Real-Time Electoral Information System (REIS)
A computer software system developed specifically to fulfill a wide range of electoral requirements beyond the usual counting and publishing functions of most other products in the market. REIS displays partial results and final election bulletins, supports all categories of electoral formulas, from the simplest (referenda, for instance) to the most complex vote aggregation methods to yield final results, including single-winner and multiple-winner, as well as majority rule and proportional representation methods
Electoral Operation System (EOS)
EOS is a management platform for monitoring task progress and incident resolution in real time, designed to provide total control over the logistical and operative processes that take place during the preparation phases of the electoral event and on Election Day, guaranteeing successful elections. Read more here.
"For most voters Election Day was a fairly simple and trouble-free experience… The feedback from the polling places was that voters liked the new system” | Langdon D. Neal, Chairman Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and David Orr, Cook County Clerk from Chicago, 2006.
“By all accounts, this second automated election has proceeded in a satisfactory manner, with the system and the vast majority of machines working as they were intended…” | Edwin Lacierda, Philippines' Presidential Spokesperson, 2013.
“After having monitored 92 elections, I can say that Venezuela has the best voting system in the world, since it makes verifying the electoral results easier. It allows electronic voting and offers a physical, printed backup of the votes” | Jimmy Carter, former US President, founder of the Carter Center, 2012.
“This year’s Elections have had the least cost per voter since 1996. The 2012 Municipal Elections had a cost of R$ 395,270,694 for the treasury, equivalent to R$ 2.81 per voter (...) 27% less than in 2010 (...) The more the planning, the lower the cost” | Cármen Antunes, President of the Tribunal Supremo Eleitoral, 2012.