The unique value of Smartmatic's voting solution derives from the following main benefits:

  • All of our hardware and software are fully user-centered designed, and tested by independent global usability experts to ensure usability for all voters and poll workers, resulting in an optimized election experience.
  • Election officials benefit from software with highly intuitive user interfaces and embedded instructions and wizards, which eliminate human error and deliver time-savings.
  • The solution includes a simplified voting model, having minimized the steps that voters have to go through, which speeds up the process and provides convenience.
  • Our solutions allows independent voting for every voter, including the unassisted verification of the printed vote record for all voters, here with providing a huge advantage to voters with disabilities.
  • The solution includes integrated purpose specific devices, designed specifically to provide the highest level of usability, accessibility and security.
  • The highest levels of security and transparency measures are completely built into our solution.
  • We are the only provider worldwide, which for the last 15 years, has successfully supported large-scale elections on five continents delivered by the most experienced services team in the world.

Multi-channel voting

Multi-channel involves the configuration of multiple voting channels, which provide voters a choice of methods to submit their voted ballots in a convenient and secure way. It may include any combination of the following:

  • In-person voting, when voters are expected to show up at a special location to cast their ballots, either with the use of paper ballots or electronic voting machines.
  • Online voting, which provides the voter the convenience and flexibility to cast their vote on their own digital device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, desktop), anytime, anywhere, using a secure Internet voting platform.

The multi-channel process may vary significantly across jurisdictions. For example, some election authorities in the past have chosen to combine electronic voting for city polling locations with paper ballot voting for remote areas. Other election authorities have chosen to enable all voters to vote via the Internet, while still allowing any voters to submit a paper ballot that can later be counted electronically.

There are many possible combinations, which we gladly make available to election commissions worldwide.

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