The first iteration of the platform was launched
The platform was modernized with multi-million dollar investments from industry leading venture capitalists
TriBeam (formerly known as BlueWave Finance Group) acquired the platform from Spruce Finance to facilitate streamlined consumer solar and home improvement loans
Negotiated a supported spin-off from BlueWave
Platform originations eclipsed $4B
TriBeam operates a flexible point-of-sale (POS) lending technology platform that streamlines consumer solar and home improvement loan originations for its sales and lending partners.
Never heard of us? Perfect, TriBeam takes a partner-centric approach and leverages its platform to promote its partners’ brands and grow their financing programs.
Greater efficiency in TriBeam’s lending technology service model drives financing costs for consumers down, enables sales channels to accelerate dealer growth and provides attractive assets for capital partners.
Alexi founded TriBeam on the premise that point-of-sale finance businesses would become increasingly inefficient as industries matured and moved toward commoditization. Enter TriBeam, a technology-centric platform company that connects large sales channels to low cost capital providers in the indirect consumer lending space.
Prior to Beam, Alexi was part of the Executive leadership at BlueWave Solar (since acquired by Axiom) where he led their consumer finance business. Prior to delving into FinTech, Alexi held executive or senior positions at Admirals Bank, Lehman Brother Bank and Capital Crossing Bank.
Alexi has a BA in Psychology with a concentration in Economics from Williams College.
Arash Boostani is the architect of Beam’s POS technology platform. Arash has been a technology professional for 30+ years with a focus on energy financing technology. As one of the first technology hires at Clean Power Finance in 2009, he led the technology team through several VC funding rounds, the integration of solar financing into the software platform, the merger of another Kleiner Perkins portfolio company to form Spruce Finance, and the eventual exit from originations. After leaving Spruce, he joined BlueWave Solar as the company’s first CTO.
Prior to his work in energy financing, Arash was a technology leader at organizations of various sizes and domains, including the Wikimedia Foundation and Genentech, which has given him exposure to solving a wide range of technology and business challenges.
Jarrod Lugo is the Vice President of Engineering at Beam. He oversees Beam’s world-class engineering team and sets the technical vision for the company. With extensive experience in clean tech, SaaS platform architectures, mobile applications, and cloud-based software, he brings a wealth of results-driven leadership to Beam.
Previously, Jarrod built and led multi-national engineering teams at EnerNOC, through its acquisition by Enel. During his tenure at EnerNOC, he architected the core platform that yielded over $400M of annual revenue, including over 8 million IoT messages/day and delivered applications on top of the platform to international customers in dozens of countries, including complex markets such as Japan and Korea.
Jarrod holds a B.S. of Information Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Aly has worked with an operational focus across several consumer fintech companies and currently leads Beam’s Product Management discipline.
Alessandra has a BA in Environmental Science with a concentration in Aquatics & Fish and minors in Oceanography and Cello Performance, all from the University of Michigan.
Dan is a principal software engineer at Beam Finance, responsible for the deployment and development of our market leading financial and solar sales tools. He has been working in the Enterprise Energy Software space for nearly a decade, working as a full stack engineer for the past 8 years, he has helped push the envelope of tools for both sales and internal teams.
He has a Bachelors of Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Aaron has spent his entire career in QA, working specifically in the energy software industry for the last 7 years doing both manual and automated testing as well as handling production releases and support. He graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2009 with a BS in Software Engineering.