The benefits offered by voting technology and biometric voter authentication, were the topics of discussion during a forum held by Smartmatic along with their local partner Roseace, in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Members of the Parliament, representatives from the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), political parties, international granting agencies, non-government organizations, and the media attended this event.
British Deputy High Commissioner, John Tucknott greeted the ECP’s progress in its proposal to improve Pakistan electoral system and also highlighted how countries all around the world can benefit from voting technologies.
Smartmatic´s Asia-Pacific president, Cesar Flores, offered a presentation titled “Transparent, fast, and 100% auditable elections” detailing how Smartmatic’s voting technology works. “We are very pleased to share Smartmatic’s global experience with the audience and demonstrate our technology solutions to give the decision makers a solid basis for any further election automation plans,” commented Flores.