A Guide to Outsourced Elections outlines how election managers can maximize efficiencies, save money, and protect their organizations...
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Member organizations across the country are striving to make their elections that best they can be. The reason: voting is the perfect opportunity to get members involved in the organization, however, the specialties of member organizations lie in providing services and education to members, not running elections. As a result, a vendor is frequently hired to help execute voting, add a new participation method, or employ advanced reporting.
Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) speaks to this topic in its new eBook, A Guide to Outsourced Elections. After reviewing the eBook, readers will understand the value a third-party can bring to a voting process and how three different member organizations improved their efforts by outsourcing their elections.
“When associations, cooperatives, clubs, and unions outsource any professional service, leaders want to know why it is a good idea to look outside the organization to get it done,” states Jon Westerhaus, President of SBS. “A Guide to Outsourced Elections outlines how election managers can maximize efficiencies, save money, and protect their organizations by hiring a third party to run their voting.”
A Guide to Outsourced Elections is a free resource published by SBS. To learn more about the eBook and to download the PDF, visit: http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com/resource-library/resources/outsourced-elections-ebook/
Since 1990, SBS has been providing customers with the tools and resources to conduct highly successful elections. The world’s top associations, cooperatives, and member-based organizations trust SBS to plan and manage their elections. SBS election services include traditional paper ballot elections, online voting, telephone voting, and hybrid voting systems. If your organization could benefit from conducting the highest quality election available, with guaranteed and certified results, make sure to visit http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com for more information.