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Strategies & Market Trends : Voting Machine Companies

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To: levy who started this subject2/8/2001 6:57:02 PM
From: Tom Clarke   of 69
 
This article may be of interest

Players hoping to become big election technology providers are Votehere.net, Election.com, Safevote, and an assortment of hardware manufacturers, systems integrators, networking companies, and digital security companies. And then there are giant companies, such as IBM, which have plenty of resources to effectively take on the market. While startups like Votehere.net and Election.com have first-mover advantage, Ms. Bonsall says, "States may decide to wait it out to see if some of the big companies come in and trump what's out there."

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