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All you have to do is provide us the election details and voter list.
We provide an independent, secure, and fair professional voting system. Our flexible and customisable ballot software is designed to meet any corporate and governance requirements.
This helps you mitigate the risk associated with company, education, director or workforce candidate elections.
We can run any elections including but not limited to board directors, employee representatives, committee members, club associations, colleges or universities, and office bearers.
We protect voter’s right and privacy. Our independent voting service offers a transparent and fair voting process from small to large organisations with diligence and compliance.
The first-past-the-post (FPTP) system is also known as the simple majority system. In this voting method, the candidate with the highest number of votes in a constituency is declared the winner.
With the Robson rotation system, voters wishing to vote for particular candidates must be aware that the order of candidates' names printed on each ballot paper might be different from any order they may have seen on a sample ballot paper or published list of candidates.
Manage your voting before the AGM to ensure that those who are not present on the day can have the opportunity to vote. This data is automatically rolled into the AGM votes the same day.
Multiple votes per ballot (also known as weighted voting) is a way of allowing one person to have more influence on an election.
Vote splitting is an electoral effect in which the distribution of votes among multiple similar candidates reduces the chance of winning for any of the similar candidates, and increases the chance of winning for a dissimilar candidate.
It’s the use of ranked ballots with specific counting methods: either instant-runoff voting for single-winner elections or single transferable vote for multi-winner elections.
The term preferential refers to the voter being required to indicate an order of preference for candidates on the ballot paper.
Proportional representation systems are used for elections in multi-member electorates to elect candidates who receive a set proportion of the vote. In Australia, these systems are classified into two categories – List Systems and Single Transferable Vote (STV).
Vero Voting is Australia’s trusted, innovative leader in voting management. Our bespoke voting solutions can save you time and resources, and ensure your vote is conducted to meet any governance requirements. Just ask our global clients across every industry.
Online voting providers have all the security features, such as end-to-end encryption and anonymity.
Certainly, choosing an electronic voting system provider is a better choice than the manual process. It eases managing the complex voting process and gives a pleasant experience for both voters and administrators. Through the use of our voting system, casting votes are now made easier, cost effective, and ensure high rates of voter turnout.
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