RigDig Names Bryan Fanis Director of Sales

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RigDig Names Bryan Fanis Director of Sales

RigDig™ has announced the promotion of Bryan Fanis to Director of Sales.  Fanis will be responsible for the sales of both RigDig™ Truck History Reports and RigDig™ Business Intelligence products.  Previously, Fanis was Equipment Data Associates’ Product Manager for both the construction and trucking industries.

“Since launching in August, demand for our RigDig™ information products quickly exceeded our expectations. We realized we needed a dedicated person to manage all of our RigDig™ sales resources,” said James Vogel, General Manager of RigDig™.  “Bryan brings a wealth of corporate sales experience, a deep understanding of the trucking industry, great customer service skills and a managerial leadership style that our entire team can learn from,” Vogel said.

With more than twelve years of experience in sales and four years in management, Bryan Fanis began his career at Equipment Data Associates (EDA) in 2006 as a product manager for the construction equipment vertical and assumed several other roles across other industries within the EDA portfolio. Prior to joining EDA he served in various sales capacities within the construction equipment rental industry.

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 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.



Over the last 10 years RigDig has reported an average over 93,000 federally reported tow-away accidents annually for class 3-8 trucks. Of these accidents, 2.9% resulted in a fatality.

VIN Cloning is a growing crime, where criminals take the vehicle identification number (VIN) from a wrecked vehicle while it is sitting in a junkyard, then create new VIN plates for a stolen vehicle of the same make, model, year and color. RigDig can protect you from purchasing a VIN cloned vehicle.

2.8% of all RigDig Reports run by users were for trucks that were flagged as either Junk, Salvage or had a serious Salvage Title.

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