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RIPE NCC embraces full end-to-end verifiability to support their General Meeting and NRO NC Voting Events using Assembly Voting. The RIPE Network Coordination Centre (RIPE NCC) is an independent, not-for-profit membership association which supports the infrastructure of the internet through technical coordination in their

Automated election software from Assembly Voting provides every IDA member with a consistent, secure way to cast their votes. People in the engineering field are known for close attention to detail and understanding the inner workings of complicated processes. That sets a high standard

AIIC, the International Association of Conference Interpreters, recently chose Assembly Voting to meet the challenges of secure voting at its first hybrid assembly. The International Association of Conference Interpreters In the aftermath of World War II, nations started to work together as never before,

For the third time, the Church of Denmark has successfully used the Assembly Voting X solution to facilitate the election of a new regional bishop. Around the world, more and more churches are turning to digital technology to modernize the way they engage with

All 90.997 citizens of Copenhagen over 60 years had the opportunity of either voting digitally or the traditional way by postal vote. Therefore, all voters received a physical ballot paper at the beginning of the election period including a franked envelope. Voters who are

Virtual general meetings, powered by Assembly Voting Conference, has allowed Koda to create faster, more efficient meetings and increase member participation Koda, an organization in Denmark that makes sure songwriters and composers get the payment they are entitled to when their music is performed

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA), known for its role as a leader in election observation, conducted their annual gathering at OSCE PA’s headquarters in Vienna on July 5th and 6th 2021, as a hybrid meeting. The 298 delegates from 56 countries had access

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