Assembly Voting partners with PostNord Strålfors in Norway

As of today, Assembly Voting has launched a new strategic partnership with PostNord Strålfors in Norway, a company specialized in helping customers build more personal and stronger customer relationships using a range of different digital communication solutions spanning across areas such as payment, document management, print and more.

As part of the collaboration, PostNord Strålfors, will market and resell Assembly Voting’s solution portfolio empowering them to create secure and end-to-end verifiable election solutions for customers in Norway including, for example, private companies, professional associations, and government bodies such as municipalities.

“PostNord Strålfors already has a successful partnership in place in Finland and we look forward to get started in Norway. We see an untapped potential for private companies and public organizations to use digital voting to increase accessibility and participation in democratic processes. Assembly Voting makes this possible without compromising democracy’s basic principles of voter secrecy, anonymity, transparency and the ability to prove this beyond any doubt,” says Andreas Schei head of business development in PostNord Strålfors.

PostNord Strålfors is part of the PostNord Group, a leading supplier of communications and logistics services in the Nordics with operations and more than 700 employees in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.

“We look forward to work with PostNord Strålfors in the Norwegian market and pursue customer opportunities together in the conference, online and hybrid voting space. Based on our experience from our Finnish collaboration we see strong synergies between our companies. On the one hand, we can benefit from local market knowledge and customer access and on the other, our partner can benefit from access to a leading portfolio of election solutions capable of increasing accessibility and turn-out in hybrid and online election events,” says Camilla Banja, Chief Business Development Officer in Assembly Voting.

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