Here are just a few of the ways:
A company lobbyist has a meeting on the hill with a key member of congress and needs to gather collateral regarding the presence of the industry in the member’s district: In a just a few minutes, WindIQ can provide a summary of all the wind assets in the member’s district and a state fact sheet detailing the economic, employment, and environmental benefits the industry provides.
A business development manager is working to prioritize sales calls and optimize the efficiency of her/his team: With a multitude of querying and sorting capabilities, WindIQ allows the users to quickly narrow in on projects with a specific turbine manufacture or model, focus on projects of a specific size, build year, or build location, or capture new or missing projects from previous searches. All these actions help to focus time and discover the right customers. [actual testimonial from a user]
A large component manufacturer is considering building a new manufacturing facility to supply increasing wind demand: WindIQ can quickly show the geographic footprint of their existing product placement and highlight geographic trends for future deployment. This ability to see where projects are being actively developed and constructed not only helps inform site selection, but can also highlight potential customers that can be supplied from existing facilities.