As we continue to develop our electoral services beyond print and mail, we are pleased to announce that James Peake is a new addition to our growing team. Widely known as one of the leading electoral print and mail specialists in the country, Print Image Network also administers end-to-end, non-statutory elections under its UK Engage brand. Often these types of elections include e-voting and with the growing popularity for paperless elections comes the need for extra resources to keep customer satisfaction levels high.
James Peake joins the team as system support and production controller for the UK Engage brand. His duties include building online democracy platforms such as online nominations and e-voting platforms for clients who undertake organisational elections, polls, ballots, and AGMs.
“As non-statutory elections come in all shapes and sizes and more often than not have different election rules, articles of association or terms of reference, it is important that we have the right staff with the appropriate skill set to provide a dedicated service when it comes to our online offering,” says Andy Tye, General Manager at UK Engage.
He continues, “Customer service underpins our proposition, so it’s crucial that our customers feel like they have dedicated support and technical expertise when it comes to contests that do not involve paper. James brings with him technical knowledge combined with account management skills, so he will be a great asset to our online democracy team.”
The company’s e-voting platform has received praised by customers like The British Red Cross, EDF, Magistrates Association, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Queens Club, and HP. It is renowned for being one of the leading systems in the country, with millions of votes processed by the system each year.
Print Image Network and UK Engage are leading brands in elections and continue to respond to the changing needs of customers. For more information about our growing team and our commitment to customer service, please contact on 0161 209 4800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org