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Representative Election: Cooperative Bank

The PSD Bank Westfalen-Lippe eG conducted its representative election purely online election: 43,591 voting members elected 60 representatives and 12 substitute representatives.

Co-operative Bank Representative Election

Board Election: Protestant Church

The Protestant Church of Kurhessen-Waldeck church council election, saw 10% of all eligible voters vote online. A study demonstrated a high level of satisfaction amongst online voters.

Online Board Election of the Protestant Church

Youth Parliament Election: City of Buchholz

In the Youth Parliament election of the city Buchholz, 3,000 voters voted online. The online election fits the user behaviour of young people and is was very cost effective.

City of Buchholz Youth Parliament Election

Supervisory Board Election: Osiander

More than 500 employees in 26 cities elected the supervisory board of the bookstore Osiander online. Employees were able to vote with ease despite being dispersed across the country

Osiander Online Supervisory Board Election

Stakeholder Election: Photonics21

The technology platform Photonics 21 had a voter turnout of 74%! 335 eligible stakeholders elected their candidates for the Board of Stakeholders from all over Europe

Photonics21 Stakeholder Election

Opting for Online Elections with Polyas

Our customers choose to simplify even the most complex elections and referenda by voting with us online. All our election are legally valid, highly customizable and secure

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Regulatory College Election: RPNAS

The Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Saskatchewan conducted their first online election with Polyas and doubled their voter turnout. By switching to Polyas, the election process became much easier. 

RPNAS Board Election