Elections on-the-go: how to enable digital ballot boxes on every device

Voting is the foundation of any democracy, and with the advent of election technologies, the exercise of this right is experiencing an unprecedented shift. Among the most striking innovations is the ability to participate in elections, voting, and assemblies wherever you are, thanks to digital ballot boxes enabled for every device.

The freedom to vote anywhere

Elections on-the-go represent a significant step forward in democratizing the electoral process. Imagine being able to cast your vote without facing long lines or worrying about having to be physically present at a specific location. With digital ballot boxes, the freedom to vote extends without limits.

Fast access from any device

The online voting platform provided by Eligo makes it possible to access from any device connected to the Internet. Whether you are using a computer, tablet, or smartphone, the intuitive interface allows for effortless navigation through the voting process, both for area administrators and the voters themselves. Access is made even more secure with credentials provided by the membership organization, ensuring a robust and secure system.

Voter identity verification

Security is at the core of any reliable election system. Before accessing the digital ballot box, the system requires rigorous identity verification. This process, performed using advanced and secure methods, ensures that only those with the right to vote can participate in the decision-making process.

From meetings to votes

With digital voting, one can also participate in an online meeting on video conferencing systems and, at the same time, be able to cast a vote legally while remaining within the application. Digital ballot boxes integrate seamlessly into various situations, thus offering a cost-effective solution for private and public organizations.

The democratization of the electoral process

Elections on-the-go are not just a convenience, but represent a decisive step toward democratizing the electoral process. Allowing a wider number of people to participate promotes greater representativeness, inclusiveness, and active participation in democratic life.