Expert Heavy Equipment Inks a 12-Month Contract With Equipment Data Associates

One of the nation’s only female, veteran-owned wholesalers of used heavy equipment has agreed to a deal with one of the construction industry’s most trusted data solutions.

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Here at EHE, we understand the importance of market intelligence in order to remain competitive and strategically plan.

League City, Texas (PRWEB) June 11, 2014

Representatives with Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE) announced today that it has entered into a 12-month contract with Equipment Data Associates (EDA).

“EHE is continuing to formulate partnerships with companies that will aid in us in differentiating ourselves,” said Milissa Wise, director of operations for Expert Heavy Equipment, which is a female, veteran-owned company.

Wise went on to point out that unlike many peers, EHE understands the importance of incorporating market intelligence in order to strategically plan five and 10 year objectives.

Launched by former Dun & Bradstreet executive, Bill Howell, EDA has grown steadily by developing vertical industry market insight and listening to customer needs.

By 1990, the company gained working access to data from all 50 states.

EDA, according to company representatives, is able to provide market insight to businesses large and small in a wide variety of industries.

EDA's vision is to bring insight to the vast amounts of available data, helping customers with both strategic planning and tactical execution. EDA's expertise and tools help customers manage, mine and gain clarifying insight.

Wise explained that with the insight from EDA, it will enable EHE to make the best decisions for itself and it's customers by exploiting market opportunities, supporting sales service along with being informed about regional hot spots, growth trends and emerging markets.

Additional benefits of the partnership, according to Wise include having access to proven buyers and sellers of construction equipment.

“Many mid to large scale companies understand the importance of market intelligence in order to remain competitive and strategically plan,” Wise stressed, before adding, “At EHE, we are small but our goals are big and this data will only increase our effectiveness and positioning in the construction equipment industry.”

For more information, please visit: http://www.experthe.com.