星期三, 12月 8, 2021
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OpenSolar now integrates Sungage’s financing options on sales software

Source:OpenSolar

OpenSolar announced it has integrated Sungage Financial’s finance options on its platform. The integration allows solar installers to quickly generate complete proposals, including the industry’s most accurate 3D designs, state-of-the-art hardware, on-demand customized permitting and now financing, with absolute confidence they are providing their customers with the lowest possible monthly payment to fit their energy needs.

In June, OpenSolar announced a partnership with Greenlancer that provides solar installers the ability to get standardized, quality permit design and engineering solutions with speed, scale, and reliability.

“For over a decade, Sungage Financial has been a leader in the solar finance space, offering unmatched customer service and attention to detail,” said Andrew Birch, co-founder and CEO of OpenSolar. “The integration of Sungage’s financing options on OpenSolar’s design and sales platform fuels our mission to scale solar adoption by providing installers with free, end-to-end, enterprise software that significantly streamlines workflow processes, saving them time and money.”

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