SolarReviews.com, a destination for customer reviews in the solar industry, and Energy Matters announced that SolarReviews.com has acquired Energy Matter’s EnergyPeriscope.com software platform. Designed to drive efficiency in the sales process, EnergyPeriscope.com is an application for project evaluation and sales management. SolarReviews.com has begun to integrate the EnergyPeriscope.com platform into its offering and plans to continue development to better serve its customers.
“We are thrilled to bring the EnergyPeriscope platform into our business,” said Andrew Sendy, president of SolarReviews.com. “The EnergyPeriscope platform is one of the solar industry’s leading software services with an impressive client base and an array of functionality not yet available in other products. By integrating EnergyPeriscope, we will be able to further streamline the sales process for our customers, making their businesses more effective and efficient at closing sales.”
Earlier this month, SolarReviews.com announced a partnership with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), to integrate NABCEP certifications and credentials into the expansive SolarReviews.com website. The addition of the EnergyPeriscope.com sales management tools and the NABCEP certifications together provide SolarReviews.com’s customers with more information to aid in their solar decision process further boosting consumer confidence.
“Not only was EnergyPeriscope the first web-based financial analysis tool, today EnergyPeriscope.com is one of the most used and most trusted financial analysis and performance estimating platforms in the industry. As part of SolarReviews.com, the software will be well positioned to grow as an industry-leading sales platform, enabling sales and installation teams to close high-quality sales faster, at lower-cost,” said Scott Cronk, president of Energy Matters.
SolarReviews.com was developed to answer the need for both consumers and solar companies to connect consumers to the right installer. The SolarReviews.com platform gives the consumer control over how many solar companies they connect with and which ones. As of September 2017, SolarReviews.com has received more than 22,000 unsolicited reviews on solar installers across the U.S.
The companies have commenced a technology transfer process which is expected to be completed by mid-December, 2017.
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