ENACT Systems, Inc. Awarded as one of the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S. by Silicon India


FREMONT, CA—October 18, 2016— ENACT Systems, Inc. announced today that it has been named to Silicon India’s Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S.

“We are happy to announce ENACT Systems, Inc. as one among the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S,” said Sagaya Chirsturaj, Managing Editor of Silicon India. “ENACT Systems, Inc. assists project developers, installers, investors, manufacturers and distributors to streamline their operations and reduce transaction costs, and plan for growth.”

ENACT Systems is innovating and changing how energy services stakeholders transact on distributed energy projects every day. ENACT’s end-to-end business platform accelerates sales, financing and operations for distributed solar project developers, distributors and installers. ENACT’s platform also provides marketplace and analytics services for a range of stakeholders. This end-to-end SaaS platform can be easily adapted and customized based on our customer and partner needs.

About ENACT Systems, Inc.

ENACT Systems, Inc. was founded with the mission to help the energy services sector achieve scale quickly by simplifying and automating core business processes that have thus far remained manual and simplifying financial transactions. For more info, visit: http://www.enact-systems.com/

About SiliconIndia

Published from Fremont, California, SiliconIndia is a print magazine that gives information about business, technology, startups, venture capital firms, and education. A distinguished panel comprising of accomplished CEOs & CIOs including board members of SiliconIndia magazine have finalized the “Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S” and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants in the mobility arena. For more information visit: http://www.siliconindia.com/

Ambre Schweitzer


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