VIDEO: How AEM’s Market Data Products Can Help Your Business

Oct. 27, 2016

Member companies explain why AEM is a trusted resource for market information at the Fall Regional Membership Meeting. Learn how your company can take advantage of our Market Data products and services.

A new survey service from AEM is designed to help members better understand the equipment needs and purchasing patterns of end-user customers.

AEM will unleash its extensive database of 250,000 trade show attendees to develop custom surveys for members on request. The new offering is part of a spectrum of market data products available from AEM.

“Our trade show attendee database offers a wealth of unique and valuable information,” said Benjamin Duyck, AEM director, market intelligence. “From this database, we can develop surveys that will better prepare members to discuss business with customers when they reach the show floor.”

“Thanks to detailed demographics, surveys can be designed to target very specific groups of contractors,” Duyck continued. “That, along with use of the trade show or AEM brand, ensures high rates of response.”

AEM Market Data Products

Along with the trade show survey service, AEM members have access to a wide range of market data productsto help them make sound business decisions.

They include:

  • Quarterly industry trends surveys – A unique and current year-round industry consensus perception of the North American market
  • Construction equipment trend index – A gauge of industry activity that helps member companies assess their business performance
  • Market statistics reporting programs – The industry’s most comprehensive and proprietary reporting programs, providing timely and accurate market data
  • Monthly ag tractor and combine reports – Aggregated totals for the current month and year-to-date and previous year’s current month and year-to-date sales

Watch the video above.

For More Information

For more information, please contact Benjamin Duyck, AEM director, market intelligence ([email protected], tel: 414-298-4154).