By Staff, The Daily Business Buzz
The Dartmouth electronic voting technology provider is receiving a venture capital investment of $800,000 to help sharpen its competitive edge.
[DARTMOUTH, NS] — The province, through Nova Scotia Business Inc., is supporting the growth of Intelivote Systems of Dartmouth with a venture capital investment of $800,000.
"Supporting a world-leading company like Intelivote will help it to position itself to reach larger markets," said Economic and Rural Development and Tourism Minister Percy Paris.
Having secured most municipal elections in Nova Scotia, Intelivote Systems Inc. is aiming for national and international markets.
"The interest and demand for electronic voting services is significant, particularly from Ontario and British Columbia municipalities who will hold their next municipal elections in 2014," said Dean Smith, president and founder of Intelivote Systems Inc. "This investment from NSBI Venture Capital will help us add new features for our clients, and pursue new contracts in bigger markets."