Last week, the Idox Elections team sponsored and attended the 16th International Electoral Affairs Symposium in Lisbon – an event that brought together more than 100 representatives from the electoral community, spanning over 50 countries.
Hosted in partnership with The National Electoral Commission of Portugal (CNE), the four-day conference comprised a series of interactive presentations, workshops, round-table discussions and case studies, with input from senior electoral officials, academic experts and other global solution providers.
It was an opportunity to network with the electoral community, share best practice and discuss the new technologies and strategies that will be pivotal in supporting successful elections in 2018 and beyond.
William Quinton, Managing Director of Idox Elections, said of the symposium: “This was an ideal environment in which to talk to practitioners from around the world about how we can improve both their registration of electors and their running of elections, and also to hear about the sorts of problems being faced in different jurisdictions that can be solved using technology.”
Having already been confirmed as the official provider of an electronic vote counting solution to the Electoral Commission of Malta from 2019, as well as in our continued support of the Norwegian parliamentary elections, the conference provided an ideal platform to share insight about the latest electoral technology and how it is supporting the delivery of inclusive, effective, and efficient voting across both the UK and overseas.
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