About EasyVote Solutions
EasyVote Solutions provides election officials with state-of-the-art software to:
- Reduce the time it takes to perform election tasks.
- Improve communication and accuracy between officials, election workers and voters.
- Provide data so election officials can make intelligent, informed decisions.
Our Election Management Platform reflects EasyVote’s core philosophy towards our software products and our customers. Proven through relationships with over 150 elections offices in 10 states, the Election Management Platform features:
We deployed the Election Management Platform on Microsoft Azure, a cutting-edge cloud hosting platform, relieving our clients of having to configure and deploy software on their own servers. Our platform includes extra levels of security to ensure that information stays private and audit trails cannot be altered. We incorporate mobile applications and technology to allow users to access the platform remotely using a variety of devices including tablets and smartphones.
Designed For Election Officials
The EasyVote team is made up of former election officials and bring this expertise to developing software solely for the election industry (as compared to general software repurposed for elections use). We continually review changes in election technology, customer needs/suggestions, and each state’s legislation and incorporate these changes within our platform.
Best-of-Breed Customer Support
To help ensure your success, our staff are experts in both technical support and election knowledge. We provide a variety of convenient ways to ensure we respond in a timely manner to your support needs, including by phone, email, and online chat. Our modules also include easy-to-use help content, enabling self-directed learning and assist in troubleshooting any issues you encounter.
Easy To Do Business With
We provide full featured tools at a price any size elections office can afford. We ensure that our pricing and licensing agreements are easy to understand and do not require a long-term commitment.
The EasyVote Solutions team consists of experts from the software technology sector and former election officials who know firsthand the demands election offices face.
Ron Davis – Chief Executive Officer
Ron Davis is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of EasyVote Solutions. For the past 25 years, Ron has been a leader in driving technology solutions to the marketplace. From technology start-ups to worldwide corporations, Ron has used his sales, marketing, and management skills to help drive multi-million dollar revenue goals. By always using the mantra of “value creation”, Ron has successfully rolled out new products, rolled out existing products to new markets, re-tooled sales forces for more success and created indirect sales forces where there was none before. Today through EasyVote, Ron is using his skills to develop software solutions to automate election processes and increase efficiency and productivity for our customers.
Charles Davis – Chief Financial Officer
Charles serves as Chief Financial Officer & Co-founder of EasyVote Solutions. His professional career has included financial positions in both small and large companies, with a focus in using financial expertise to help grow profitable businesses. Charles has a passion for early stage companies. He is a founding partner and sits on the Board of Directors of The Meadowmont Group, a multi-strategy Investment Fund. Charles holds a MBA degree with an emphasis on Finance from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Chuck Giddens – Chief Technical Officer
Chuck is a responsible for leading all the technology development for EasyVote Solutions. He has a long history of software development with both large and small companies. During his time as a software developer at AT&T, Chuck was responsible for helping AT&T obtain over fifteen patents. Recently his work has included incorporating more mobile capabilities into a changing election process landscape. Chuck’s real expertise is seeing a customer’s vision and developing efficient software around that vision.
Sandy Phillips – Director of Implementation and Support
Sandy joined the EasyVote team after serving as Elections Supervisor for Franklin County, Georgia. Sandy brings to the team her expertise in the Elections Office, along with her 20+ years of technology experience. She is primarily responsible for making sure customers have the best experience possible with the EasyVote software.
Jason Barnett – Business Development Director, South Central United States
Jason brings more than 17 years of experience in the election industry working in both private and public sectors. Recently, Jason served as Elections Administrator for Williamson County in Georgetown, and as Deputy Elections Administrator for Denton County, Texas. Prior to his role as an election official, Jason worked with Election Systems and Software (ES&S) and the VOTEC Corporation and also received his certification as a Certified Elections/Registration Vendor (CERV) from Auburn University’s Election Center. As a former elections administrator who understands the complexities of preparing for and conducting elections, Jason brings an extraordinary blend of election knowledge and experience focused on helping county elections offices achieve their goals for smooth and successful elections.
Shaun Adams – Director of External Affairs & General Counsel
Shaun Adams serves as EasyVote’s Director of External Affairs & General Counsel. His primary focus is strategy development for our EasyCampaignFinance and other transparency based modules, as well as, legislative tracking at the state and federal level. Prior to joining EasyVote, Shaun worked as an Associate Legislative Director for ACCG, Georgia’s county association where he advocated at the state and federal level on ethics and elections issues. Shaun was the point person for ACCG during the development and implementation of House Bills (HB) 142 and 143, which reformed ethics laws in Georgia including reinstituting filing at the local level for local officials and candidates. After the passage of HB 142 and 143, Shaun led efforts to enhance the law with the passage of Senate Bill (SB) 297 the following session, as well as, worked in collaboration with the Georgia Election Officers Association (GEOA) and Voter Registrar’s Association of Georgia (VRAG) to provide training and implementation support for local elections staff around the state. Shaun is a graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and received his Bachelor of Arts from Florida State University.