Trucking

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Manufacturer, Dealer and Lender Insight

For a Clearer Market Perspective, RigDig BI

True market insight means having access to the cleanest, most comprehensive market data available. Data that not only guides your critical strategic decisions, but also leads you to the real sales opportunities.

EDA information is the backbone of RigDig Business Intelligence. With over 1,000,000 active trucking entities, RigDig Business Intelligence can help you unearth specific details about current customers, potential prospects, fleets and owner operators.

See what no other source provides.

  • Identify  ideal  target prospects that are not in your database
  • Arm your sales team with needed information on customers & prospects
  • Quickly reach your prospects through multiple channels
  • Find  active fleets and owner operators
  • Integrate into your CRM tool.

Top 10 Truck Types

The count of units and buyers for the 10 most common equipment types in our database.

EQUIPMENT TYPE UNITS BUYERS
CLASS 8 TRUCK 849,681 252,705
MECHANIC 171,994 161,832
CLASS 7 TRUCK 92,711 38,064
CLASS 6 TRUCK 64,438 34,300
SVC VEHICLE BODY 9,763 4,989
CLASS 5 TRUCK 1,452 852
BUS 454 200
CLASS 4 TRUCK 439 303
CLASS 3 TRUCK 167 152
CLASS 2 TRUCK 137 106

EDA Online Solution

Our online interface is a robust business tool loaded with unmatched market insight and analytical tools. Including automated reporting, buyer equipment data from multiple sources, e-mail addresses, firmographics and more.

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EDA Online Solution
RESOURCES
  • Testimonial

    I have been purchasing EDA data since 1989. Marketers have the information they need at their fingertips while dealer and manufacturer executives can glean powerful decision-making insight from EDA Online.

    Bill Tryder III, President Benchmark, The Marketing Company LLC

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  • White paper

    Dealers Benefit from EDA Integration

    Dealers are growing their core business and targeting vulnerable competitor replacements using EDA data. The key is not giving salespeople more data, but giving them the right data at the right time.

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  • Case Study

    2014 Benchmarks and Trends in the Construction Industry

    Dealers understand that marketing has been forever changed by the Internet. They wonder how much of their budget to shift from traditional methods to digital marketing.

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  • Blog

    Making Sense of Big Data, Part One: Drinking from the Firehose

    We all see the term Big Data in the business press and in big-picture presentations from respected colleagues. The term is used to describe how successful businesses are using vast, yet granular troves of information to make decisions, particularly in sales and marketing.

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