Alectris received the prestigious, peer voted, Solar + Power Solar PV O&M 2017 Award for its ACTIS, Solar ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) platform. The Solar + Power awards were voted on by a reported 4,800 industry professionals who cast a total of 30,000 votes to award the winners across categories representing the solar value chain: from materials to end products, from process innovations to outstanding individuals working in the industry.

Judges described the Alectris ACTIS platform noting, “Streamlining solar plant operations and maintenance (O&M) activities is vital to achieving maximized return on investment, a process made easier with the ACTIS program from Alectris.”


The Alectris Solar ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) tool, ACTIS, won again at the annual Facilities Management awards competition. The Silver accolade in the Management Tools category was awarded Tuesday, November 3, 2015, at the Facilities Management Awards program in Athens, Greece. The program is organized by Boussias Communications to celebrate the accomplishments of facilities management professionals and their companies, in cooperation with the Hellenic Facilities Management Association and the honorary support of the Hellenic Maintenance Society and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Alectris won a Bronze designation in the Facilities Management Award 2014 competition for ACTIS, Asset Control Telemetry Information System, the company’s proprietary software tool delivering holistic data for preventative and real time asset management reporting. It placed in the category of Operations Management tools, for its entry, “Optimizing Performance of Solar PV Plants.”

The Facilities Management Awards highlight and reward the best practices in the management of business establishments, organizations, operators and service providers. It is organized by Boussias Communications in cooperation with the Hellenic Facilities Management Association with the honorary support of the Hellenic Maintenance Society and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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