Deep Chakraborty, Co-Founder and CEO of ENACT Systems a cloud-based software company out of Silicon Valley, who is empowering hundreds of solar and energy businesses to increase their business volume by bringing ease and automation to their sales processes joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Deep Chakraborty discuss the following:
- What is the ENACT Systems cloud solution?
- Why is something like ENACT’s product an important component to the proliferation of solar energy?
- Are there other companies offering the same type of solution? What makes yours different?
- What level of benefit are your current customers seeing through use of the service?
- I understand you recently expanded the ENACT cloud offering to utilities. How are those enterprise partners using the cloud system, compared to mid-level solar installation companies?
Deep Chakraborty is an entrepreneurial business leader, currently leading ENACT SYSTEMS an award-winning cloud platform for the distributed energy industry, that he co-founded in 2013. Prior to ENACT, Deep was CEO of Centrosolar’s North American photovoltaic systems business that he co-founded in 2009, where he pioneered a unique business model for sales, financing and distribution of complete, packaged PV-systems configured on a unique software platform and serviced by a dealer network in 20 states.
Deep has a decade-long experience leading strategy and operations, spanning global leadership roles in US and Europe. Prior to Centrosolar, Deep led Project Management for Roland Berger Strategy Consultants at their headquarters in Munich, Germany, focusing on growth strategy, due diligence and financial re-structuring for large automotive clients. Deep’s team supported the turn-around strategies for one of the largest global automotive OEMs, as well as the re-organization of a top French global automotive supplier. Deep led the firm’s strategy on powertrain electrification where he engaged with German OEMs and utilities on electric vehicle deployment.
Deep started his career in the automotive industry at DaimlerChrysler, where he held positions of increasing responsibility in Product Engineering, Program Management and Product Strategy for the Chrysler Group headquarters in Michigan. Deep won the prestigious Lynn Tilly Award for Corporate Quality in 2005, and his earlier work on design for high-volume manufacturing of engines was awarded ‘Technology of the Year’ by Industry Week in 2001.
Deep has a Mechanical Engineering degree from IIT Kharagpur, India, Master’s degree in Engineering from Penn State University, and an MBA in Strategy and Finance from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.