Dividend Finance and OpenSolar Enter Agreement to Offer Innovative Financing Options

OpenSolar, a software company focused on empowering solar installers with an extremely accurate and entirely free solar design and sales platform, and Dividend Finance, a FinTech point-of-sale lender to home improvement and solar contractors, entered a program agreement to offer solar professionals competitive and convenient financing options.

“It’s all about knocking down barriers and providing optionality so that solar professionals can get the job done with as minimal effort as possible,” Maaike Gobel, head of partnerships at OpenSolar, said. “Dividend Finance combines highly competitive financing rates with a simple, frictionless application and approval process for installers and their customers, and now it’s embedded in the OpenSolar proposal. Providing efficient solutions for solar professionals together allows us to continue to support installers best as they grow their businesses.”

“Here at Dividend we are dedicated to making our installers’ lives easier, so that they can focus on what matters – closing more deals. With increased competition and rising equipment costs, it is more important than ever to invest in great partnerships and maximize every opportunity,” Skyler Hopkins, senior vice president of sales at Dividend, said. “At Dividend we are working hard every day to find new ways to help installers win by offering invaluable resources like a dedicated Account Director as an extension of your team, 24/7 service and support, and talk-and-text with the same sales team every time – no waiting on hold.”

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