SiteCapture acquired by FotoNotes, looks to streamline solar operations in the field

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SiteCapture, field operations platform for the solar industry, was just acquired by FotoNotes, a popular field service platform for residential real estate and property management. The combined entity to be called SiteCapture.

With the solar industry in hyper growth mode, the need to improve operations in the field is a must. SiteCapture plans to scale up a comprehensive, purpose-built mobile field operations software for the solar, residential real estate and property management industries.

“We launched SiteCapture to help streamline and lower costs in the solar installation process,” said Christopher Doyle, former CEO and Founder of SiteCapture. “The combined entity will bring even better technology to the solar industry to further support our founding mission of improving solar processes.”

SiteCapture seeks to eliminate the inefficiencies in capturing and managing data and photos on every field service job, providing just the one application to manage an entire range of field activities. Company stats show the ability to drive down costs by 10-20 percent and cut reporting time by up to 75 percent.

Kamal Shah, founder and CEO of FotoNotes, will continue as CEO of SiteCapture, while Christopher Doyle, founder of SiteCapture has joined the board of directors.

“FotoNotes and SiteCapture are long-time partners, achieving substantial success in our respective industries,” said Kamal Shah, CEO of SiteCapture. “This is the natural next strategic step in our mission to deliver the best field operations software platform for Solar, Residential Property and other field-service intensive industries.”

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