Assembly Voting is the most widely used provider of online voting systems for statutory and non-statutory elections in Northern Europe. From the beginning in 2001, Assembly Voting was intended as an idealistic project in the service of democracy with a focus on developing updated democratic electoral systems without compromising democracy's basic principles of secrecy, anonymity, transparency, verification of results, etc.
We are particularly dedicated to creating a system where the entire election process can be proved and documented from start to finish. That is why we work with advanced encryption technologies and documentation processes to be able to ensure End-to-End verifiable election acts.
In our view, no election is too small or too insignificant to be solved with a proven secure election system.
Global yet local.
Over the years, our product portfolio has evolved from primarily containing secure internet-based election systems with few functions, to a wide range of new democracy products that cover all types of legal and statutory requirements for election acts.
In particular, our collaboration with foreign partners who use Assembly Voting for local statutory and non-statutory elections has contributed to the development of new systems and functions. Among other things, we have developed our candidate selection systems so that they can be set up for new registration and validation parameters adapted to local conditions.
Proactive Research strategy
These ambitions have defined Assembly Voting over the years and have been benchmarks of all our ongoing development activities.
One such benchmark is our partnership with leading international research institutions to present in the most important international research environments concerning e-voting..
In Assembly Voting we develop products and services that aim to strengthen democratic participation in local communities, unions and associations. We are merging democratic processes with “everyday technologies” to increase participation and to conduct easily accessible and secure elections. Our keywords in development is accessibility, transparency, anonymity and efficiency, and our success criterion is to maintain the elector’s confidence in the democratic processes.