Retrolux and Keystone Announce Partnership

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March 22, 2021

Retrolux, a lighting project development and implementation software platform company, and Keystone Technologies, lighting and lighting controls manufacturer, announced that Retrolux would add Keystone’s full line of energy-efficient LED lamps, fixtures, retrofit kits, power supplies, and control solutions to the ESCO channel, sold through Keystone’s nationwide network of distribution partners.

Retrolux’s software’s audit, proposal, and e-commerce functions enable electrical contractors, ESCOs, and VARs to grow their businesses by saving time and money through faster job site close rates.

“We’re excited to partner with Keystone Technologies to bring their cutting-edge lighting solutions, best-in-class team, and national footprint into our innovative lighting development, sales, and installation software + people experience,” said Leif Elgethun, CEO of Retrolux. “We’re confident this partnership will add significant value to the lighting industry by making it easier than ever to design and estimate projects in Retrolux using Keystone Technologies’ growing catalog of SKU-reducing and other Light Made Easy® solutions.”

For more than 75 years, Keystone has manufactured quality-driven lighting solutions for the industry’s leading lighting fixture manufacturers and wholesale distributors. As a private, family-owned business, Keystone’s mission has been to change the way people think about lighting. From simple product instructions that speed installation time, to warehouse locations across the U.S. providing fast delivery and a two-hour quote response time, Keystone’s promise of Light Made Easy guides its efforts to exceed customer expectations. 

“Keystone is excited to collaborate with Retrolux,” said Keystone ESCO Sales Manager Gene Lindemann. “We feel their toolkit will assist our ESCO clientele through their innovative software, and easy to implement solutions.  It is another example of our Light Made Easy® motto providing all our customers, and our Distribution partners, more options to design projects using our revolutionary lighting innovations.”

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