Solar supply chain management startup targets small, medium businesses: Page 2 of 2

August 19, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Startups aims to supply inverters and modules to small and medium sized business in the US
Newly formed Strategic Solar Sourcing (Dallas, TX aims to supply solar supply chain management of inverters and modules to small and medium sized business

"The only way to make that happen is with an experienced solar supply chain team on staff," he said. "Since most small and medium-sized solar businesses are unable to acquire or afford the talent needed to deliver this level of service within their own company, they consequently struggle to compete with the larger solar firms.  Our mission is to fill this void and provide our clients with the services, products and buying power necessary to compete in the expanding solar industry with reduced costs and increased profits." 

The company is headed by the management team that built Tri Global Energy, one of America's top five wind project developers, and Sunfinity Renewable Energy, an EPC serving multiple states in residential, C&I and utility scale solar.  

"Having the same level of supply chain visibility, meeting customer demand, and securing inventory supply at the lowest price has always been tough for the smaller company," said Keith Bluford, Senior Vice President responsible for business development and sales. "We solve that problem by handling all of the many nuances of effective, supply chain management including strategic sourcing, technology research, negotiation and contractual management with the manufacturers, warehousing and logistics.  And most importantly, our services and direct-to-manufacturer pricing have significant impact on our clients' bottom line."


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