Offering digital solutions for the solar energy sector, SolarVis aims to grow in the American market next year.
“We aim to digitalize the bidding process of at least 100 companies by the second quarter of 2024,” said Samet Yildirim, CEO of SolarVis.
SolarVis, which develops customizable customer acquisition, 3D solar project design, feasibility analysis, energy monitoring and management software for companies and banks that install solar power plants (SPP), increases the profitability of these institutions by reducing the cost of customer acquisition by up to 10 percent.
Stating that 2 thousand companies operate in the solar energy sector, Yıldırım said, “We also digitalize the end-to-end sales processes of companies that install SPPs with lending and insurance solutions.” SolarVis, which can undertake more than 42 thousand feasibility and more than 5 thousand 200 projects annually, aims to increase the efficiency and technical compliance in the bidding processes of these companies by making its new products available to 100 companies targeted for the first quarter of 2024.
The company, which brings its products together with its customers on three continents, plans to grow in the USA next year with its platform where companies operating in the field of SPP installation can create SPP project proposals as a member.
Yildirim underlined that they will launch their new sales engine product on January 1st and said, “This product enables SPP installers to create creditable offers and project designs in a few minutes. After the proposal stage, the SPP investor’s access to financing and insurance is ensured through the banks and insurance companies we have contracted with, and the value propositions offered by SPP installers to their customers in SPP sales are optimized.”
New investment round in 2024
Founded in 2019, SolarVis received an investment of USD 3.3 million in its first investment round this year. Stating that they plan to go for a new investment round next year, Yıldırım said, “Apart from our growth target in the US, we plan to enter smaller markets starting from the second quarter of next year.” The company expects to reach a team of 30 employers by the end of 2024.