San Diego, CA – May 5, 2011 – Unisyn Voting Solutions, Inc. (Unisyn) has announced the signing of a sales agreement with Election Services Online (ESO). Under the terms of this agreement, ESO will market, sell and provide services for Unisyn’s OpenElect 2005 VVSG Election Assistance Commission (EAC) certified voting system suite of products.
Unisyn has teamed with ESO in the States of Virginia and Mississippi exclusively to conduct marketing and sales efforts of the Unisyn products to state, county, municipal, or other election authorities or administrators within these States.
In addition, ESO will provide post-sales services on the OpenElect suite of products, in these states, supported by Unisyn.
"We are extremely happy to have ESO as a partner" stated Jeff Johnson, President of Unisyn. "The vast experience and relationships that ESO brings to this partnership, along with our 2005 voting products, will prove to be a winning formula for voting jurisdictions in the states of Virginia and Mississippi. This is already being proven via the sale of our OpenElect product by ESO to Hinds County, MS."
Kimberlee Shoup, ESO President stated "We look forward to the opportunity to work with Unisyn who has now spent significant time and resources to develop, initiate and make available important and dependable products for voting opportunities in the United States of America."
Unisyn’s OpenElect suite of products include: OpenElect Voting Optical Scan (OVO), OpenElect Optical Voting Interface (OVI), OpenElect Central Scan (OVCS) and the OpenElect Central Suite (OCS). Both the OVO and OVI include additional patent-pending features.Complete product offerings are available for review at http://www.unisynvoting.com.
Unisyn Voting Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to helping government institutions and private entities optimize their election programs and provide best-in-class service. Our innovative approach enables us to deliver election systems and products that are secure, auditable, flexible, and provide transparency. Unisyn is the only Company to obtain 2005 VVSG Certification from the HAVA guidelines set forth by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission for a digital optical scan voting system, built on a Java and hardened Linux platform. Unisyn makes code available for review by trusted election officials as part of a procurement process. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Lottery & Totalizator Systems, Inc., the Company designed the InkaVote Plus precinct ballot counter (PBC) which is currently used in Los Angeles, California, and Jackson County, Missouri. For more information, please visit: http://www.unisynvoting.com, Email: email@example.com or Call 760-734-3233.
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