|By Business Wire||
|May 14, 2014 04:10 PM EDT||
Smartmatic, the world leader in electronic voting, has unveiled its new website. Smartmatic.com now features a wealth of information covering the various electoral technologies and services that have earned Smartmatic its place at the head of the automated elections industry.
“Revamping our website was a crucial strategic step for us. It now has a more attractive look and feel, an intuitive navigation structure and very engaging content. Besides showcasing our experience and our prowess to electoral authorities seeking solid and proven solutions that can readily be put to work, it will help us strengthen our online presence,” said Antonio Mugica, CEO for Smartmatic.
The project focused on creating a modern, responsive website, optimised for all platforms including mobile. It involved a complete overhaul of the existing site architecture and site map.
A clickable diagram of an election allows visitors to navigate their way around typical electoral processes, to discover how Smartmatic can help electoral commissions overcome the challenges that each one presents.
Case studies and attractive infographics help communicate how countries can benefit from the knowledge and experience Smartmatic has gained registering over 2.3 billion votes with a technology that is becoming a worldwide standard.
“The site was conceived to exceed the expectations of all its visitors. People will see, right away, who we are and what we offer. They will also have a chance to navigate through all the phases of an electoral process and learn how we add value at each one of them," added Mugica.
We focus on creating technology and offering services that have a profound social impact. We’ve processed over 2.3 billion auditable, secret and secure votes in more than 3,500 tamper-proof, fraud-free elections. We now lead the electronic voting industry in terms of revenue, profit, product offerings, quality of support services, geographical presence, and technological advancement.
We employ over 800 people in the US, UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Mexico, Barbados, Haiti, Brazil, Panama, Venezuela, Philippines, India and Taiwan.
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