- The platform was noted for the successful implementation and mass utilization of a Blockchain-based voting system that addresses many of the current challenges of creating a secure online democracy.
By : Mohamed El Kholy
The 2021 Digital Democracy report, from the Solonian Democracy Institute, evaluated 22 eDemocracy tools from 14 countries on criteria such as functionality, ability to execute, case studies, security and others. In selecting vendors, the Institute focused exclusively on solutions with solid development and a proven track record of implementation success.
According to the report, Polys gained a 63% remit score and was noted for its user-friendly, convenient interface and high level of informational security. Additionally, the solution received maximum scores for the number of active customers and case studies.
Experts underlined standout features of the solution, including its interface which allows anyone to set up decisions quickly and share the voting process and outcomes with an audience in real-time. The report also highlights that security is an area where Polys is “to the fore of many other vendors”.
“We are excited to receive the award from Solonian Democracy Institute,” comments Alexander Sazonov, Head of Product at Polys. “The Digital Democracy Report is a unique overview of decision-making platforms incorporating all the major global vendors.
The confidence of the expert community confirms that the Polys voting system is at the forefront of e-democracy solutions, particularly in such crucial aspects as security and innovation”.
For more details on the Polys voting system, visit: https://polys.me/.
Polys is online voting platform based on blockchain technology and backed with transparent crypto algorithms launched in 2017. Developed by the Kaspersky Innovation Hub was designed to facilitate help governments, businesses, educational institutions, and communities dispense with paperwork and facilitate efficient online elections.
About Solonian Democracy Institute
The Solonian Democracy Institute was founded in 2017 to research and to further understanding of alternative democratic practices.
In particular, the Institute looks at ways to deepen participation beyond elections and to substantially increase the number of people meaningfully involved in political decision-making.
The Solonian Democracy Institute also investigates inter-disciplinary issues that have a bearing on democracy, such as economic equality.