At eGloo, we adopt an agile development methodology that guarantees each project is delivered to our clients with the highest standards and lowest risk.
Our developers embrace innovative technologies so that solutions offer the best technical, business and commercial potential throughout a project life-cycle.
Our developments skills include, but are not limited to:
Working with the New South Wales Electoral Commission (NSWEC) since 2005, eGloo develops, tests and implements the Virtual Tally Room (VTR).
The voting public uses the VTR to monitor up-to-date election results during the State Government Elections (SGEs) and Local Government Elections (LGEs).
eGloo is responsible for developing and maintaining the XML middleware extracted from databases to assist VTR page functionality and display real-time election results. The XML content is also distributed to other external agencies like the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), who use it to assist Antony Green and their election night public-facing initiatives.
We have successfully delivered several projects for the NSWEC with deadlines that do not move. In addition, our involvement since 2005 has given us a thorough understanding of the electoral process at a State Government level.
Other NSWEC projects include:
I write to thank you for your contribution to the New South Wales Electoral Commission’s (NSWEC) successful conduct of the recent State Election.
A State election is a large scale event and the NSWEC relies on contractors and service providers with specialist expertise in order to deliver the election outcome.
I am pleased to say that each one of our service providers and contractors performed to a very high standard.
I would like to thank you and your team for your dedication and commitment to ensure the successful delivery of the State election.
Thank you for a job well done.