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Startup profile: EasyVote Solutions, seeking to improve how local, state elections are run

Sep, 18 2017, 2:24 PM

Backed by a "super angel" with a $2 million investment, Wilmington startup EasyVote Solutions says its software will improve management of local and state elections.

"EasyVote provides the most complete, affordable solution for election management software," says CEO Ron Davis.

"For example, you may find generic inventory management products, but those products may not be tailored for an election office. With EasyVote, you get software created by experienced elections officials, that’s already built and can be deployed in days and much less expensive than up-front licensing with no extra expense for maintenance."

EasyVote will be participating in the CED Tech Venture Conference on Sept. 19-20 in Raleigh.

This profile is written, edited and published by WRAL TechWire in partnership with the CED.


Profile: EasyVote Solutions

The Q&A:

Helping city, county and states run successful elections.

With the complexity around managing the process of running an election, EasyVote uses software to help make this process more efficient, accurate and more secure than in the past.

EasyVote provides the most complete, affordable solution for election management software. For example, you may find generic inventory management products, but those products may not be tailored for an election office. With EasyVote, you get software created by experienced elections officials, that’s already built and can be deployed in days and much less expensive than up-front licensing with no extra expense for maintenance.

EasyVote is disrupting the Elections GovTech space with a superior technology SaaS platform at a pricing model affordable to all jurisdictions (city, county, state) whatever the size.

Raised $2,000,000 to date with "super angel" Investor






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