DEVELOPERS OF TURNKEY SOLAR PROJECTS
Founded in 2014, Sungy is a company specialized in solar energy, operating in both France and Algeria. Sungy’s founder and CEO, Myriam Fournier-Kacimi has always been committed to «make solar energy accessible to anyone, anywhere».
With offices in Paris and Algiers, Sungy develops photovoltaic projects for multiple clients, either private or public, in diverse sectors from agriculture to industry and construction. «Our top goal is to offer turnkey projects. From the analysis of the field to its exploitation to the customer and after sales service, we take care of our clients’ projects from A to Z», Myriam Fournier-Kacimi, CEO at Sungy, told us.
Why Trace Software International
In 2014, Sungy decided to switch to our photovoltaic software solution, archelios™.
«I asked our engineers to do a comparative study between different solutions. Based on our needs and our clients’ ones, they unanimously decided to pick archelios™. Customer friendly and flexible, it is also very ergonomic. Thanks to archelios™, our working time has been divided by 4 and our productivity, boosted. For instance, before it took almost a day to get a report. Now, with archelios™ it is done in only a few hours», Myriam Fournier-Kacimi said.
“Customer friendly and flexible, it is also very ergonomic. Thanks to archelios™, our working time has been divided by 4 and our productivity, boosted”.
Ms. Myriam Fournier-Kacimi, CEO at Sungy.
Customer Satisfaction, Our Top Priority
Myriam and her teams in Paris and Algiers know that they can count on our global team to help them whenever it is needed.
«Reactivity and flexibility are the best words to describe our working relationship with Trace Software International. Technical service also super helpful. In fact, when using such complex software solutions like archelios™, it is crucial to have people we can rely on. When dealing with complex projects it is essential to rely on an efficient tool and available support. The sales teams have done a remarkable job supporting us from day one», added Myriam Fournier-Kacimi.