Capital Markets

Insight for Investors and Analysts

Capital Markets

Is your investment analysis of machinery companies truly comprehensive?

EDA data can help assess the health of the manufacturing brands you analyze. The intelligence we provide is both brand and market specific. From equipment leasing trends to manufacturer unit growth to specific geographic hotspots, EDA can provide the detailed histories of more than 15 million units financed since 1990.

Don't just use survey responses from the associations. Leverage EDA and our 20+ years of fact-based buying trends to complete your analysis.

EDA has Capital Markets insight for buy-side, sell-side and other financial services industries.

The decisions you make are only as good as your insight.

EDA is insight you can act on.

Contact us today for a short demonstration of our data-driven market insight.

 

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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  • Testimonial

    We use EDA information to track competitive brands and to determine exactly when leases are ending in our sales territories. Our sales management team also uses the data to track our inclusion in deals that have been completed. For the larger picture, our strategy is to grow through acquisition, and EDA helps us analyze markets and create sales territories that will work best for us post-acquisition.

    Kristin Carey, Marketing Manager Wisconsin Lift Truck Corp.

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    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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