LEHI, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Solo, a frontrunner in solar software solutions, today announced its recent acquisition of SolarNexus, a leader in solar customer relationship management software. This strategic acquisition marks a significant step forward for Solo as it continues to drive innovation in the solar industry.
The acquisition of SolarNexus represents a pivotal moment in Solo's journey, further solidifying its commitment to empowering solar professionals with cutting-edge technology. SolarNexus’ mission is to enable the distribution of solar and energy saving technology by increasing the efficiency and productivity of contractors. The acquisition will foster collaboration between development teams, spurring innovation and the rapid introduction of new features and services for customers.
Dan Larkin, CEO of Solo, commented: "We are incredibly excited about this acquisition. It represents a significant leap forward in our mission to provide the most comprehensive and advanced solar software solutions. By combining the strengths of Solo and SolarNexus, we are not only expanding our capabilities, but are also furthering our commitment to serving our customers with excellence."
Michael Palmquist, CEO of SolarNexus, added: "The merger will accelerate our shared vision of transforming the solar industry through innovation. Together with Solo, we are well-positioned to provide an unmatched suite of tools and services to our customers, helping them thrive in this dynamic market."
Solo is the market-leading provider of solar sales and design software, serving installers, EPC partners, and sales groups of any size for the solar industry in the United States. Solo’s philosophy of “Accelerating Your Ascent” is inspired by its mission to help enterprise and aspiring solar companies reach their goals through simple, accurate, easy-to-use, fully customizable solar software spanning proposals, streamlined closing documents, full-scale CAD and Engineering services, and more.
In pursuit of this mission, the Solo platform has served over 10,000 contractors across the country to optimize their operations and close more deals. To date, over $200B in solar designs and proposals have been performed within Solo’s software, saving an estimated 150,000 hours of work.
For more information on Solo, see gosolo.io.