Palmetto introduced a new Palmetto Sales Plus Program to extend solar sales process efficiencies to companies in complementary industries – such as roofing, windows, siding, HVAC and electrical contractors. Palmetto wants to help them to establish and grow an additional revenue stream by selling solar to their existing customer base.
Palmetto’s marketplace model and proprietary technology, Alchemy, makes it easy for partners to track leads, generate instant customer proposals and financing, and effectively execute agreements. Alchemy also provides in-app support for sales members and visibility into project tracking through completion. The software is designed to help the sales partner sell solar more easily and to provide a better customer experience, all while reducing installation costs and time.
“Palmetto is excited to partner with complimentary service providers to help them easily add a solar business vertical to their existing company, and at the same time, help maximize customers’ solar energy experience,” stated Chris Kemper, Palmetto Chairman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “Now, these service providers can leverage their home services network and acumen, coupled with our end-to-end technology, to offer an easy path to solar for their customers.”
The Palmetto Sales Plus program is designed to enable business owners to easily and quickly offer residential solar to their customers. It’s an end-to-end solution that offers support, training and marketing materials, and hands on guidance for how to operate the business – from how to price your deals to managing proper cash flow.
In addition to its solar calculator, Palmetto offers a team of local solar experts to design and install a solar panel system that matches their needs. Palmetto Protect ensures these customers receive comprehensive, long-term monitoring and robust customer support.
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