Project management software has become indispensable for solar developers as project pipelines accompany the unprecedented expansion of PV deployment. Efficient software can increase quality project pipeline by offering a balancing act between the needs of different teams. Without oversight from engineering teams, site originators might add projects that cannot be built, which leads to wasted time on infeasible projects and missed opportunities. Furthermore, inconsistent data, broken processes, and faulty communication, can lead to costly failures later in the project pipeline.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will examine Glint Solar's claim that 25% to 50% of projects from the site origination team fail to meet basic requirements, and the consequential profitability implications through Glint Solar’s model of development pipeline capacity. The company’s quantitative model depicts how the origination team’s structure, and usage of ineffective project management tools, deteriorate team productivity resulting in poor conversion rates accumulating hidden costs. Evan Sarkisian, vice president of sales at Glint Solar, will walk us through how much time is spent on average on inefficient projects, and quantify the missed opportunities caused by inefficient handoffs, inconsistent data and broken processes across the development pipeline.
He will then present Glint Solar’s solution to these problems, with a live demo of the company’s software designed to streamline solar development and clear all inefficiencies. This includes giving site origination teams engineering-approved resources, and a streamlined project handoff for consistency. Participants will be shown how the software structures early-phase pipeline workflows ensuring consistent handoffs between teams and a greater pipeline yield across time.
pv magazine Webinar content:
· Quantitative understanding of the costs of project pipeline inefficiencies
· How to structure early phase pipeline workflows to ensure consistent handoffs
· How the latest advances in cloud-based development software can be integrated into
· Live demo of Glint Solar’s software
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Beatriz Santos, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.
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Thu, Mar 16, 2023 · 14:00
Duration: 1 hour
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Evan Sarkisian brings a wealth of experience to the solar industry as a customer-facing leader, with a background in account-based sales, self-service SaaS marketing, and analytics-driven customer success. Most recently, Evan was the first...
Beatriz Santos joined pv magazine in 2020. She writes about new technology, R&D, installations, markets, and policy on the global website. Beatriz also covers Portuguese-speaking markets and writes for the print magazine.