Increase the participation in your elections and ensure all reliability in your polls with CertVote, the Electronic Voting Solution by Multicert.
As it is possible to vote simultaneously on the Internet, in person or by post, voters may access to the elections more easily and exercise their right to vote confidentially and securely.
Who can benefit from CertVote?
Geographical dispersion is not a problem
With CertVote, using online voting, participants can vote from anywhere in the world, provided that they have access to the Internet.
If desired, voting can be available 24h/day, online, without additional cost!
The voters may therefore vote at the most favourable time for them.
Flexible and Adaptive
CertVote adapts to the screen size of the device being used and it is easily accessible through PC, smartphone or tablet, allowing the voters great flexibility.
By reducing the number of postal and in-person votes, you can significantly reduce logistics costs.
Quick in obtaining and disseminating results
As soon as you close the poll, automatic counting of votes begins and the final results are displayed and may be exported to several formats (.csv/Excel, .pdf, .doc, .xml).
The results may be presented by groups/regions/sections, depending on the aggregation and detail level required.
Three Components, Full Coverage of Your Election
CertVote was built with three components - mClient, mBallot e mPST -, each one with distinct accesses and functionalities, ensuring the impossibility of crossing the voter information with their respective vote.
mClient is the exclusive component for the elements of the election commission and where they may:
Initiate the voting process
Close the voting process
Access the results immediately after closing the election
mBallot is the voter exclusive component and where it is possible to:
Check the ballots
Exercises his/her right to vote
mPST (Multicert Polling Station) is the component to be accessed by the elements of the election commission and where the polling station is managed. At mPST the elements of the election commission may: