The short answer is: anyone who makes decisions.
Consistent, structured decision-making needs span across organization types and industries.
Individuals in organizations ranging from award shows, to law firms, to corporations, to schools will find value in online voting.
Simply put - if a group of people needs to make a decision, and that decision requires input from others, an online voting system will be of value.
This includes electing:
This includes, for example, voting on:
There are significant benefits that make an online voting setup a better choice than traditional voting technology.
The most common reason organizations move to online voting is to make sure voters cannot vote twice.
This, combined with a slew of other benefits, makes it difficult to return to more outdated voting technology like in-person, paper, or email voting.
Many organizations that leverage voting software also receive help from vote management consulting services.
The vote consulting expert’s role is to assist in the design, setup, and management of a successful vote.
Vote management services are valuable because they help organizations:
This was a high-level introduction to the world of online voting systems.
At this point, you know what they are, why you'd be looking for one, and how to structure a conversation to better convey your requirements to potential vendors in a sales process.
When you start speaking with voting software partners - remember to guide the discussion by focusing on what's important to your organization. Depending on who you reach out to, this process should be relatively smooth and enjoyable.
Contact us with any of your additional questions about online voting. We'll point you in the right direction!