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EasyVote Solutions Names Bosch Sales Director for North America

“I was looking to return to my first love, a software company which is exclusive to supporting the administration of elections only,” Davi Bosch told Techwire.

Veteran sales professional Davi Bosch has been named director of national sales and development for North America by EasyVote Solutions.

Bosch, who has nearly 10 years’ experience working in elections, will support state offices on behalf of EasyVote, a software company that focuses solely on elections.
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“I was looking to return to my first love, a software company which is exclusive to supporting the administration of elections only,” Bosch told Techwire. “After a deep dive into the competitive space, and after receiving offers from multiple companies, I chose to come to work for EasyVote for three reasons: 1. Best people in the software space in the elections industry. 2. Superior and most innovative product suite in the elections vertical. 3. It’s a company with massive growth potential.”

Bosch said EasyVote provides states with “customized solutions which provide them with better oversight, transparency and the ability to drive decisions from great data.”

Bosch, who has dual American and Canadian citizenship, splits her time between Sarasota, Fla., and Toronto, Canada. In addition to her sales background, Bosch served as president of Progressive Staffing Solutions Inc., servicing clients in Canada, the U.S. and the United Kingdom including leading telecoms and tech leaders in the region as well as state, federal, provincial, county and municipal governments.

After eight years with Progressive Staffing Solutions, she co-founded Adcentricity, where she also served as vice president. Following that, she held executive sales roles with Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, Runbeck Election Services and Hart InterCivic before joining EasyVote.

Bosch studied at Centenary College and the University of South Florida, where her focus on behavioral psychology helped her develop “a keen ability to listen, be flexible, nonjudgmental and provide solutions selling,” according to her LinkedIn profile. “Her alternative methodology has won her numerous client awards and recognition.”

Bosch’s interests include serving on the board of a not-for-profit organization supporting a shelter for disadvantaged children, and she’s involved in the sporting lives of her three sons, volunteering as team manager of their hockey teams. She’s an avid runner, and she and her family enjoy the outdoors. She’s also an avid hiker and photographer.
Dennis Noone is Managing Editor of Techwire. He is a career journalist, having worked as a reporter and editor at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies in California, Nevada, Texas and Virginia, including as an editor with USA Today in Washington, D.C. He lives in the Northern California foothills.