Enerflo, a gross sales and set up software program platform for residential solar installers, EPCs and gross sales sellers, is providing EagleView TrueDesign photovoltaic design options for pre- and post-sale via the Enerflo Platform.
Through a tech integration, Enerflo companions will be capable of make the most of EagleView TrueDesign to create install-ready accuracy on the pre-sale proposal stage, in addition to design-ready CAD information to streamline plan set growth post-sale, all from inside Enerflo.
Both EagleView and Enerflo share a imaginative and prescient of constructing solar extra reasonably priced via platform and technological efficiencies that decrease mission length and tender prices, enabling residential solar organizations to give attention to rising quantity and offering high quality solar options to a rising variety of prospects. Solar professionals will be capable of seamlessly request EagleView TrueDesign inside Enerflo. The PV designs are routinely despatched again to Enerflo and synced with Optimus, Enerflo’s interactive proposal software. Sales reps can then configure the design inside Optimus and the whole lot is synced and automatic between Enerflo and EagleView.
“We’ve been anticipating this integration for months because of the impact we know it will have on our partners and the solar community and are so excited to finally be able to offer EagleView TrueDesign on our platform,” says Pat Bennett, Enerflo’s co-founder. “Our partners will quickly see the impact on sales, contracting and installation with EagleView’s install-ready PV designs as they improve accuracy and reduce total project duration by weeks.”
“With TrueDesign, there’s no need to settle for ‘good enough’ solar predesigns and all of the change orders and canceled jobs that come with them,” states Pete Cleveland, vice chairman of solar enterprise for EagleView. “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Enerflo to help solar installers reduce costs and project duration with install-ready designs at the point of sale with ≥98 percent accuracy.”