To the attention of all guests attending the 12th ICPS International Electoral Affairs Symposium in Swakopmund, Namibia including Electoral Management Bodies (EMBs), Election Commissions (ECs), donor organizations, electoral observers, private companies, public companies and individuals alike:
How important is a job well done? In a global marketplace where dollars can be scarce and voter confidence is paramount, I would suggest a job well done is of utmost importance.
Electoral Services International Inc. (ESI) has just completed its unprecedented fifth (5) successful Electronic Voter Registration (EVR)/Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise. Not only is ESI’s success rate one hundred percent (100%) (ie. five out of five), we have also “kept the gang together”.
All 5 ESI BVR successes have been led by the same Project Manager and the same Programmers. If it is consistent success you want, it is ESI that you need. If you can’t afford to redo a BVR exercise due to monetary, time and/or other constraints that EMBs and other organizations are constantly facing, then ESI is your only choice. It is ESI’s firm grasp on People, Software and Hardware that makes this so.
People – The ESI BVR team is led by field-tested individuals who have impressive curriculum vitae (CVs). With strong offsite resumes and the onsite experience to match, ESI’s personnel are without question the industry’s best and all the familiar faces remain part of the team.
Software – ESI’s BVR software is also part of the winning formula. The recently updated multi-biometric (facial, fingerprint and iris) software that has helped make ESI a household name is still the market’s most comprehensive and user-friendly.
Hardware – Although the hardware isn’t as significant as people and software, it is still very important. ESI prefers the functional modular approach to hardware offering “off-the-shelf” materials at competitive prices for their BVR solution.
Attached to this cover letter you will find an academic paper written by ESI’s own Mr. Alex Gysel who is present here in Namibia to offer you a private demonstration when the time is suitable for you and your colleagues. This paper summarizes ESI’s success stories and our team is looking forward to many more.
Please visit ESI’s booth while you are here in Swakopmund and please visit our website at www.esi-sei.com for further information. We look forward to making your acquaintance and fielding your questions.
Electoral Services International Inc. 2016