EDA provides manufacturers insight to guide market decisions and should be part of your big data strategy. The intelligence we provide is both brand and market specific. It is big picture as well as customer-focused. It is up to the minute and historic. Because it is all these things, it lets you see what no other information source provides.
EDA Online gives you the power to focus on individual buyers of the exact equipment you manufacture. See regional hot spots, growth trends and emerging markets.
Determine and execute marketing strategies. Increase your market share by targeting prospects who have a proven history of buying competitive machines.
Get email alerts when buyers purchase equipment you service. Watch historic data to anticipate wear-part replacement needs.
Seize product opportunities by understanding soft spots in the market.
There's no end to market data these days. So, how do you know you're getting the right data? EDA provides insight to guide market decisions and point dealers to qualified sales and service prospects.
Use EDA Online to find targets for your captured finance company. Help your customers with better rates or target competitive equipment owners for refinancing options.
Contact us for a short demonstration and start increasing your market share today.
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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Dealers Benefit from EDA Integration
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