Sitetracker looks to improve residential solar team workflows with Quickstart

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Operations management software company Sitetracker focuses on critical infrastructure providers, and its Quickstart product is now ready to improve workflows of residential solar companies.

“Amplified by unprecedented demand, residential solar providers are facing a slew of challenges like skilled labor shortages, permitting, and overall installation cycle times, so they need a powerful tool that they can implement quickly and that gives them the best-of-the-best when it comes to process, intelligence, and strategy of deployment operations,” said Parjanya Rijal, Sitetracker’s Head of Energy Products. “The new Residential Solar Quickstart gets them up and running quickly, so they can deploy solar at the speed and scale that today’s rapidly growing market requires.”

Key to Sitetracker is managing large-scale deployments and solving issues like program funding, asset management, and field resources. For residential solar installers, Quickstart, can …

• Reduce project turnaround time through streamlined site discovery, deployment, and ongoing maintenance.
• Provide dashboards, reports, and AI-driven analytics for smarter decision-making.
• Allow for real-time visibility across project schedules, job information, and site maps to align work and better collaborate with partners in the field.

Across the distributed solar space, some of the world’s largest solar energy infrastructure companies have used Sitetracker to speed their deployments – in one example, from about 30 sites at a time to more than 150 installations at a time.

Sitetracker’s Quickstart for residential solar comes in three versions — standard, plus, and advanced — so customers can be sure available features and functions are aligned with their business goals. Sitetracker’s Quickstart solutions for residential solar, EV charging, and Sitetracker Telecom help accelerate the deployment of critical infrastructure for these industries. Sitetracker plans to continue expanding the Quickstart library in 2023.

“Helping companies deploy critical infrastructure as efficiently as possible is our mission, and we’re innovating at every step based on real-time customer feedback in this dynamic time,” continued Rijal. “The more we can speed the deployment of critical infrastructure, the faster the planet will benefit from us achieving our ambitious energy goals.”

— Solar Builder magazine







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