NGP VAN is a technology company based in Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, with a primary goal of facilitating progressive and democratic campaigns’ full potential. Without NGP VAN, the thousands of candidates who relied on the all-inclusive software – politicians ranging from local mayoral candidates all the way up to runs at the high-up, demanding job of United States President – either wouldn’t have performed as well at their respective polls, been elected to their parties’ primary positions, or even won the titles that NGP VAN helped them win.
What does NGP VAN do and how does it help candidates perform better?
Many years ago – though “many years” can mean as few as 20 years in the past, just before the turn of the millennium – political candidates on all levels leaned heavily on television, radio, and newspaper broadcasts and publications, respectively, to spread the word of their ultimate goals of finishing above other candidates at the polls. Some of the United States’ most famous and successful presidents – think of stoic, innovative, sensible United States President Franklin Delanor Roosevelt (FDR) and U.S. President John Franklin Kennedy (JFK), for example – have relied on the use of such vehicles to gain support for their political campaigns.
Today, most candidates don’t rely on such vehicles nearly as much as their predecessors did. For example, now-former United States President Barack Obama enlisted the effective assistance of NGP VAN in both 2008 and 2012, helping him secure eight consecutive years as the United States President.
So, what does NGP VAN do? In short, it provides technology to political candidates, but not just any technology – only the world’s most advanced technology as it relates to running for various political officers.
NGP VAN’s countless high-tech capabilities offered to political campaigns help them get off the ground more quickly than the bulk of their competitors, develop winning strategies that take weeks – in many cases, such strategic developments that competitors engage in take months to formulate – and otherwise build their chances of winning.
NGP VAN doesn’t just leave political campaigns hanging out to dry, either
Most software and programs, after they’re purchased, leave users hanging out to dry on their proverbial clothesline. However, NGP VAN provides interactive support to their clients, as NGP VAN is inherently invested in each of its campaigns’ chances of winning.