BOSTON, July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The creators of Web-Impac's new voter software believe they have the ability to change the way Americans vote and propel the United States election process into the 21st Century.
"After hundreds of years of voting using paper and despite advances in technology, we still declare undying allegiance to an outdated voting system," says Web-Impac co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Eric Robinson. "Other countries have gone to an electronic voting system and even some US States allow limited Internet voting," Robinson adds. "We're not talking about replacing government and election officials but rather giving them the tools they deserve to get the job done faster and opening up the systems so that everyone will have the opportunity to vote."
On Tuesday, July 12, 2016, at 11:00 am at the Boston Harbor Hotel, Web-Impac Applications and Software is hosting a press conference to launch "The World Votes," a virtual online election that is open to anyone in the world with access to the Internet.
"The World Votes" will reveal vital information about how the entire world feels about America's leading presidential candidates as well as unleash our newest software applications. The results of the virtual election will be current, and in real time. The public can vote at www.votethisorthat.com through September 30, 2016. "After September 30th, we will publish the winner of the President of the World," says Robinson.
Today, different paper voter systems exist, but they vary from State to State with no consistent standardization, aging or aged equipment and an excess of possibilities for error. Many voter locations still transport their paper ballots to counting stations. "All of this can be a big problem in a close election. We have a software fix," concluded Robinson.
Introduced in May of this year, Web-Impac is the software division of international public relations powerhouse, Hampton Bates PR. The division will specialize in software that uses proprietary algorithms that merge public relations, marketing and online analytics as well as voting technology and digital ballot boxes.
"The release of our new voter software will be a game changer," says Sylvia Hampton, President and co-founder of Web-Impac. "And it dovetails with plans to have Internet voting in every home by 2020. Imagine everyone in the entire country actually having a voice in an election."
Web-Impac's revolutionary new voter technology has a variety of uses ranging from improving websites and providing virtual focus groups to supporting political elections.
"Our software is designed by marketing and public relations experts and brought to reality by MIT graduates," says Hampton. "Our goal is to make software that moves companies, this country and even the world, forward in a meaningful way."
To learn more about product launch activities, additional products or to book an interview, contact Jacqueline Knight, Vice President of Marketing at 603-570-4844, Email or visit the website at: http://webimpac.com
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