Inxeption highlights the importance of clean energy with the incorporation of the market

Inspection, the industrial trade and supply chain digitization organization, has integrated solar procurement finance into its industrial marketplace ecosystem. This integration allows solar buyers to grow their business with extended payment terms that double the industry standard term.

“Traditional financing terms are hurting clean energy growth,” said Inxeption’s CCO, Josh Allen. “The entire supply chain for solar energy products is constrained by a lack of working capital and increased volatility in global freight transportation. Instead of launching multiple projects simultaneously, today’s solar installers are at the mercy of tight cash flow. »

Inxeption’s new fintech integration addresses these challenges by providing seamless, integrated funding for orders placed through Inxeption’s Industrial Marketplace. With an instant qualification process, no prepayment penalties, and transparent overall pricing for products, services, and financing, Inxeption is reinventing industrial purchasing workflows.

“Installers can now use the Inxeption Industrial Marketplace to take advantage of extended financing and track the status of their orders from our diverse inventory of products in real-time – no more worrying about on-time deliveries or working conditions. limited funding,” said Erin clark, president of Inspection Energy. “Inxeption also helps reduce material costs while providing reliable logistics expertise from a centralized dashboard.”

Understanding the business cycle from a solar installer’s perspective makes Inxeption a more natural partner for solar financing than traditional banking partners. By allowing installers to pay for panels after receiving payment from their customers, Inxeption solves a critical cash flow problem in the market. With flexible financing, installers can generate new business by offering unbeatable terms to their customers.

“This new integration represents our commitment to the success of our customers. This underscores our desire to provide the solar industry with solutions that other distributors simply cannot offer,” said Clark.

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