July 2009 – ElectionMall international operation started.
June 2009 – ElectionMall launches FaceBook Fundraising Widget with their fundraising software DonationPages.com.
March 2009 – ElectionMall wins Pollie Awards for Best International Website and Best International Fundraising Website.
March 2008 – ElectionMall receives Pollie Award for outstanding State and Local organization website.
March 2008 –Strategic partnership with SalesForce: CRM application reaching both campaigns and businesses.
March 2008 –Launches VoterSpace.com with Antonella Barabar, American Idol super star to head voter youth outreach.
Feburary 2008 – ElectionMall provides real-time results for Kansas and Iowa Republican Presidential Caucuses.
August 2007 – Ames Straw Poll’s first time use of ElectionMall’s e-ticketing and text messaging (SMS) technology.
August 2007 –Strategic partnership with Complete Campaigns: web-based services with back-end campaign software.
June 2007 – CEO Ravi Singh receives prestigious Rising Star Award from Campaigns and Elections Magazine.
March 2007 – Launching of beta social network website to brand, manage grassroots, and facilitate social networking behavior.
March 2007 –ElectionMall manages R&D in tech headquarters half mile from Capitol building in Washington, DC.
February 2007 – Converts DonationPages.com’s online event directory to an on-demand application allowing voters to raise money for their candidate choice.
June 2006 – Strategic partnership with SightSpeed, a premier Internet video and voice communications service (VVOiP and VOiP).
May 2006 – Strategic partnership with Modern Postcard, a leading direct mail advertising firm.
January 2006 – Launching of Fundraising by Net application: raises money for campaigns and provides legal compliance for all federal, state, and local races.
October 2005 – Presentation on “The Reinvention of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to Campaign Relationship Management” to George Washington University and National Association of Political Scientists.
September 2005 – Launch of "Election Security Seal Program" at national press conference with Secretary of State Trey Grayson of Kentucky and Secretary of State Rebecca Vigil-Giron of New Mexico.
July 2005 – CEO speaks at International Symposium of e-Democracy.
June 2005 – ElectionMall Technologies introduces its "Blogger Identity Seal" as a alternative to government regulation.
March 2005 – Launch of eGovMall.com.
October 2004 – ElectionMall Technologies creates "ElectionMall.tv", a unique hosting solution for the 2004 presidential debates.
August 2004 – ElectionMall Technologies launches its first "Audio Blogger" with the Republican National Committee.
July 2004 – The Washington Times (“The Year of the Net”, July 16, 2004) names Ravi Singh as one of the five ‘new powerbrokers' in Internet campaigning.
July 2004 –ElectionMall Technologies introduced its first voter toolbar at the Democratic National Convention.
April 2004 – ElectionMall Technologies and Comodo CA Limited offer the world's only Registration Authority (RA) for political, e-government and election security services.
March 2004 – Business Week magazine features CEO Ravi Singh in “Click the Vote” feature.
November 2003 – ElectionMall Technologies launches Election Domain Services. (http://www.electiondomainservices.com )
August 2003 – ElectionMall Technologies receives funding from Microsoft executive George Spix.
July 2003 - Re-launching of ElectionMall.com with over 21 unique sites for innovative online products.
June 2003 - ElectionMall.com changes to ElectionMall Technologies, Inc., restructured as an Illinois Corporation.
June 2002 - The American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) invites CEO to join Board of Directors.
March 2002 - Pollie award for Technology from the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC).
January 2001 - George W. Bush Presidential Inaugural invites ElectionMall to attend.
September 2000 - Secures online contract with the Republican National Committee: implementing presidential email campaign for George W. Bush utilizing EMT’s eYardSigns.com.
August 2000 - Develops the largest database of electronic election information on e-law with Chicago Kent College of Law.
August 2000 - Hosts first e-campaigning seminar with Merrill Lynch in downtown Chicago.
July 2000 - EMT launches eight unique sites for e-campaigning tools and services.
June 2000 - Press Conference held at Democratic National Convention on the potential power of technology for democratic candidates.
June 2000 - First political portal on the World Wide Web.
1999 - CEO Ravi Singh and president, Simer Singh receive angel funding for the creation and development of ElectionMall.com, a broad range of applications for the political campaign industry, and file for 63 international patents.
1997 - Before founding ElectionMall.com, CEO Ravi Singh campaigns for Illinois State Representative using pioneering technology: advocacy email and online town hall meetings.