Counting Votes


Votes are counted by collecting and scanning the voting cards from the registered voting books. The system is able to perform the vote counting of an average meeting of 80-100 shareholders within 1.5 to 2 minutes, which means the time between calling for voting and displaying of the results. However, the number of technical equipments can be flexibly increased, enabling us to count as much as 1000 votes without significantly increasing the processing time.

The software has the built-in controls for ensuring the authenticity of voting. It is impossible to give valid votes with barcodes from other sources or from unregistered voting books; the system disqualifies these. It also monitors that only one vote from a given voting book can be assessed in the same voting, thus making it impossible to give for example a for and an against vote within the same voting.

The results can be displayed either on the screen for the chairman, or projected on bigscreen, or even simply printed. After closing the meeting, the necessary reports on the results can be generated. Both the voting cards and the voting database are archived, so in disputed cases the voting can be repeated any time.

This voting system is the only one in the market of non 1-to-1 voting which provides multi-layered controllability both physically and logically. The submitted voting cards are archived until the registry court’s decision becomes legally binding, and can be re-counted in disputed cases any time. 

 

References:

Bakonyi Erőmű Rt. (energy - power plant & mines)

Mátrai Erőmű Rt. (energy - power plant & mines)

Budapest Bank Rt. (banking)

ÉMÁSZ Rt. (utilities - electricity)

ELMŰ Rt. (utilities - electricity)

Magyar Hitelbank Rt. (banking)
Forrás Rt. (porperty management & investment)