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Electronic voting system launched in Ghana

July 14, 2014 • Top Stories

Electronic voting

The voting system is said to come with a full complement of technical and user support personnel. (Image Source: Itechpost.com)

ICT software development group, Splash Technology, has launched an automatic electronic voting system in Ghana. The system has been dubbed “eVoteMinder”.

The voting system is said to come with a full complement of technical and user support personnel. According to the company, the system can be leased by organisations such as companies, schools, churches and social clubs who seek to conduct elections in a quick and transparent manner. Whether the system could be used in government is still tentative.

Nii Adjetey said: “voters are given a thorough orientation and hands-on demonstration on how to vote via the system, and that, the process is much faster and more cost-effective than the manual voting. There is no need to print and count ballot papers.”

The ICT group provides software development, Websites and Text Messaging services to corporate bodies like KPMG, The Bible Society of Ghana and Elton Oil of The Gambia.

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