RigDig is dedicated to using cutting-edge technology and data to help members of the trucking industry make more money, and Rachel is another example of that technology.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
RigDig has introduced Rachel Darville, a Real Time Content Virtual Salesperson, to its online presence. Rachel is responsible for introducing fleet managers, dealers, contractors and owner-operators to the RigDig Truck History Report service and explaining its many benefits.
“We’re very excited to add Rachel to our team,” said James Vogel, General Manager of RigDig. “RigDig is dedicated to using cutting-edge technology and data to help members of the trucking industry make more money, and Rachel is another example of that technology.”
“Rachel is designed to give a personalized presentation to anyone visiting the RigDig website,” Vogel continued. “By asking a series of targeted questions, we can then tailor a presentation for the viewer, offering specific pieces of information, descriptions, and even discounts. Rachel does an excellent job explaining how RigDig Reports work and how industry leaders can integrate them into their processes today.”
Rachel Darville is a virtual presenter developed by Real Time Content, a software company providing unique, innovative and disruptive technology. Real Time Content’s virtual presenter experience captures the full potential of online video by transforming standard video content into an interactive personalized medium. The result is a best-of-both-worlds combination of old and new media: the relevance and measurability of the Internet with the immersive quality of traditional video for entertainment and marketing/advertising applications.
Powered by the most comprehensive, trusted information sources available, RigDig Truck History Reports help fleet managers, dealers, contractors and owner-operators make more informed used truck purchasing decisions. As the first vehicle background check designed specifically for the commercial truck market, RigDig combines a variety of data sources that track junk and salvage vehicles, total loss insurance claims, title and odometer brands, accidents, inspections, ownership and cargo hauled records and CSA scores. By logging onto http://www.rigdig.com and typing in a truck’s vehicle identification number (VIN), truck buyers and sellers can get vital intelligence in an easy-to-use report.
To visit Rachel, please visit http://www.rigdig.com/