What is RigDig Business Intelligence?
Compiled from the best information sources in the trucking industry, RigDig Business Intelligence is a powerful database of over 900,000 active trucking fleets and owner operators. We’ll help you leverage this market insight to increase the effectiveness of your sales and marketing efforts, identify targeted prospects, arm your sales team with qualified trucking leads, and enhance your ability to retain your current customers.
What are RigDig’s primary data sources?
The primary information sources for RigDig Business Intelligence are: the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), UCC financing statements, and Dun & Bradstreet firmographics.
What is the FMCSA?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has a mission to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. The FMCSA was established within the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT)and is dedicated to improving the safety of commercial motor vehicles (CMV) and saving lives.
What Dun & Bradstreet Insight is included in RigDig?
Dun & Bradstreet® Insight adds powerful firmographics, including: DUNS number, locations, employees, industry, annual sales, credit risk, and year started.
What is a UCC financing statement?
Uniform Commercial Codes (UCCs) are public documents filed by lending institutions to capture the financing of capital equipment. We’ve appended the financing activity for entities in the RigDig database to include any agriculture, constriction and logging equipment they’ve financed in the previous 60 months.
How often is the RigDig database updated?
The RigDig BI database is updated monthly as we receive updates from the USDOT and FMCSA. On average, it takes up to 60 days or more from when an activity occurs to when it is available in RigDig Business Intelligence.
Can I use RigDig to target trucking entities in Canada or Mexico?
Since the data is primarily sourced from U.S. government agencies, only a small number of entities domiciled in Canada or Mexico are in the RigDig database. However, if the entity has a USDOT number and operates within the U.S., then they are likely to be in the database.
What tools are available to me as part of my RigDig subscription?
You will have access to RigDig Online, a robust web platform where you can easily locate targeted prospects based on location (state and county), fleet size, cargo type, equipment details ( brand, model, and age), and inspection violations. Along with an intuitive navigation and design, RigDig Online is loaded with a host of features, including:
- Unified and simplified search filters
- Easy access to saved searches
- Market segments (e.g., dump, refuse)
- Flexible report and export options
- Interactive dashboard view
- Convenient support resources