10 Ways BDEX Helps Auto Marketers Reconnect on bdex.com

10 Ways BDEX Helps Auto Marketers Reconnect

Auto dealerships depend on customers returning for their vehicle servicing needs, but when warranties end, this can stop. Without the right customer data, efforts to reconnect fail from the start

The owner of a large automotive marketing company was recently discussing how bad the data he was receiving really was. He bought a list of leads based on bank information or expired leases, but the first 50 phone numbers he dialed were either no longer in use or being used by someone else. The numbers were no good.

“My data sucks,” he told Warren Miller, vice president of business development/automotive for BDEX. “I was told to call you guys because I hear you have something nobody else has.”

Accurate, comprehensive data is the lifeblood of the automotive industry, not just because there is so much competition for new car buyers, but because customers often stop bringing in their cars for servicing once their manufacturer’s warranty expires. Given that the National Association of Automobile Dealers estimates the average dealership gets about half its revenue from the service department and a quarter from selling used cars, staying in touch with these customers is vital to today’s auto dealership.

By layering BDEX’s nearly 1 trillion real-time data signals over the dealership’s data, a marketing agency can find dozens of ways to reconnect with customers who have fallen off their client’s radar screen. How does BDEX do this?

First, unlike dealerships, BDEX ties everything to a unique customer identification number (Customer ID), rather than a VIN number. Second, we monitor real-time data signals from hundreds of millions of smartphones and use 100 percent deterministic cross-device matching, which means we can match customers in the dealership’s customer database to a Customer ID no matter how many times the individual has traded in their car, smartphone or changed their email addresses.

Not only is our data constantly updated it’s also far more comprehensive. Thanks to partnerships with more than 100 data providers, the BDEX Data Exchange Platform (DXP) can provide not just valuable clickstream data, but where a former customer has been servicing and fueling their vehicle, or what competing dealerships a prospect has visited recently. Today we have 8.5 billion data points in our Personal/Automotive dataset class.

“The results are just tremendous,” Miller said of the improved performance automotive marketers are experiencing with BDEX data. “That’s why we do so well. That’s why people love us.”

Here’s a look at 10 ways that marketers can use real-time data signals from the BDEX data exchange platform (DXP) to help dealers reconnect.

10 ways real-time data signals help dealers reconnect

1.  Tracking who’s visiting a dealership lot

A geofence is a perimeter of an area where you’re gathering data. Think of it as a virtual fence around a location that can be big or small, a whole city or a square foot. Or, your car lot.

The benefits of geofencing data are endless when it comes to marketing, especially for auto dealers. You can track who comes in and out of any dealership lot and follow up with them afterward or send them a targeted ad.

2.  Tracking courtesy vehicles

When a customer needs alternate transportation while his or her vehicle is in the shop, you can track the courtesy vehicles you loan them. This allows you to see when they enter or exit your lot, and if they’re visiting competitors’ lots.

3.  Tracking after-market service station visits

POS data, or purchase data from cash registers, allows you access to customers who have visited after-market service stations for oil changes or other services or auto parts dealers. For instance, you could decide to mail a coupon for an oil change to car owners who just paid for an oil change at a Jiffy Lube.

4.  Tracking when customers’ leases expire

BDEX allows you to receive data about customers who are currently shopping for cars or those who have a car lease expiring soon. This means that they’ll likely have a new vehicle to bring in for servicing needs again soon.

5.  Sending alerts to participants at tradeshows

Geofencing can help you track customers who come to tradeshows, and you can connect with them immediately so they’ll be more likely to visit your booth.

6.  Contacting customers if they go to a competitor’s lot

Another big benefit of geofencing is that you can actually create a virtual fence around a competitor’s lot. This way, you can send ads or alerts to customers who are visiting those lots.

7.  Separating types of vehicles on your lot

To target marketing efforts even further, you can create a geofence around a portion of your dealership lot. This allows you to send ads for, say, SUVs when a customer is in an SUV section, or high-end luxury vehicles. And, you can do the same in competitors’ lots, which helps if you’re trying to reconnect with a past customer.

8.  What car brands customers buy

BDEX data can show you which brands customers buy, which allows you to target their specific wants and needs in a vehicle.

9.  Layering with clickstream data

Clickstream data, which is data from customers or potential customers’ computer, ssmartphone or other connected devices can provide valuable insight into where a prospect is in the sales funnel, including the class, brand, price range and option packages that interest them.

By layering clickstream data with the geofencing data that BDEX provides, you’ll have a much more accurate picture of where prospects are in the sales funnel.

10.  The type of gas or tire brands customers use

To better target your ads and messages, you can find out which types of gas or tires customers use by using POS data. Or, you can set up a geofence around certain brand service centers to get this information.

BDEX uses and monitors 900 million of these real-time data signals to identify and reach customers who are ready to buy. This data is important in recognizing where customers are in their path to purchase, allowing auto dealerships valuable insight into buying behavior.

Call Warren Miller today (937) 581-9390 or email him at warren@bdex.com to learn how BDEX can transform you automotive marketing.

Using the BDEX Taxonomy Tool to Find Insurance Prospects on bdex.com

Using the BDEX Taxonomy Tool to Find Insurance Prospects

A step-by-step guide on how to use our free, self-service taxonomy search tool to determine what data the BDEX DXP has that can help elevate your next marketing campaign.

At BDEX we pride ourselves not so much on the size of our haystack as our ability to help you find just the right needles for your marketing needs.

After all, if I’m a marketer I don’t care how big a database is if it’s filled with unreliable, irrelevant or dated information that can’t provide the audiences I need right now to boost conversion rates.

BDEX is a first-of-its-kind Data Exchange Platform (DXP) offering marketing teams the ability to connect directly with first-party data vendors in a variety of industries. That means our buyers have access to objectively-scored, real-time insights, which can be downloaded directly into their data management platform (DMP) to immediately begin generating marketing lift.

Of course, there are countless stories about marketers paying for shoddy data, so we have created Explore BDEX Taxonomy; an intuitive interface marketers can use to explore the nearly 1 trillion data signals contributed by our more than 70 vetted partners.  In an earlier post, we explained broadly how to use the BDEX taxonomy tool to find your ideal customers. In this article, we will walk through how an insurance marketer unfamiliar with the BDEX DXP might use the tool for the first time. We have bolded words used by the BDEX taxonomy.

Automobile insurance

Let’s say our user specializes in marketing insurance to owners of Foreign SUVs and wants to see how many target customers she can reach for $5,000.

She could start her search by typing “insurance” into the search box near the top of the page, which would return a list of 12 Available Industries with a Count, which stands for the number of data points available in each industry. A data point could be basic demographic information such as address, sex, marital status, and other household data, contact information, or real-time data signals collected via cookies and geofencing.  She would see that there are 13.4 billion data points available for Persona\Auto, 34.3 billion for Persona\Finances, and 10.0 billion for Shopping/Vehicles.

By selecting Persona/Auto,  she would populate the second drop-down menu to the right with 11 taxonomies, including Audience Class, Automobile Age, Automotive Class, Make\Model, Own or Lease, etc.

If she then selects Make, the third and last drop-down menu on the screen will load 40 models and the Count of how many Target Identities, or email addresses, mobile ID numbers or other identifiers –  are available for each one. By clicking on the Count column, she can sort the list by ascending or descending number of  Target Identities. This will show that BDEX has data on 14 million people who own or lease a BMW, 13 million who own or lease a Lexus or Cadillac and about 12.3 million who own or lease an Acura and or Mercedes Benz.

Automobile insurance on bdex.com

Audience class

This is interesting, but not particularly useful since our marketer is interested in all makes of Foreign SUVs, so she returns to the second drop-down menu listing the 11 taxonomies and selects Audience Class. This allows her to narrow her search by 135 other Values, or criteria. She can scroll down to HH Most Recently Acquired Foreign SUV and see that BDEX can connect her to nearly 4.2 million Target Identities that have recently acquired a foreign SUV.

Audience class on bdex.com

If our marketer is primarily interested in running targeted mobile adds, she can return to the first search field on the page and select Mobile (AAID)” and “Mobile (IDFA) from the drop-down menu and repeat her search.

BDEX Taxonomy Persona Auto Audience on bdex.com

That will show BDEX can connect her to of the nearly 3.5 million households above via either an iPhone or Android device.

BDEX Taxonomy Foreign SUV on bdex.com

Starting the search by selecting Email would show BDEX has email addresses for 3.5 million of the household listed above.

CPM estimates

She will also notice that Explore Industry Taxonomy updates CPM estimates based as the taxonomies selected to help the user determine how far her budget would go using the selected criteria. In the example above, she would see her CPM would range from $1 to $1.50 and average around $1.25. Given her budget, that would enable her to reach roughly 4,000 people who meet the selected criteria.

Persona/Home

In our next scenario, let’s consider a marketer looking to see how many high-end homeowners BDEX can connect them to nationwide. They could start their search by checking Email (MD5), Mobile (AAID) and Mobile (IDFA) typing in the first search field in the upper left-hand corner, searching for home” and selecting Persona\Home from the 42 Available Industries listed. This will produce 14  Taxonomies in the menu to the right, including Area Code, Audience Class, Dwelling Type, and Home Value.

If he selects Home Value, he will be prompted to specify a range of home values in the next menu. If he filters his search for homes valued between $750,000 and $5 million, he will learn that DBEX can provide 850,000 email addresses and 470,000 mobile IDs attributable to people who owns homes in that price range.

BDEX Taxonomy Persona Home Audience on bdex.com

If our marketer goes back to the Taxonomies screen and selects Audience Class, he can browse 272 audiences BDEX data partners have uploaded based on demographic and psychographic data, such as sex, age, generation, educational degree, expected graduation from college, and many, many more. If his ideal customer earned more than $200,000 a year, lived in or near a major city, was in their 40s and had children, he could select the High-income City Middle Aged Homeowners with Children audience and see it would cost him an average of $1.27 per thousand. He can opt to include or suppress personas who are already insured through one of the four largest home insurers (AAA, All-State, Farmers and State Farm.)

If he is focusing on a geographic area, he can get a count of personas by Zip Code, Area Code, State or City.

If our marketer sells renters’ insurance, he can start a search by typing “renter” into the Search field, then select Persona/Home from the three available industries that display and then select Audience Class to browse 272 groups created by BDEX. If he selects Middle-Income Suburban Younger Renters with Children, he can see BDEX has 45.4 million email addresses and mobile device IDs attributable to that audience.

At BDEX, we are confident the data we have aggregated from online searches, app downloads, geofencing, in-store POS purchases and other primary data providers we partner with will provide the context you need to take your marketing to the next level. Our Explore BDEX Taxonomy tool will enable you to confirm our claims. When you do, we hope you will contact us so we can begin collaborating. BDEX can often deliver a report showing the volume of data we have that meet your criteria, the size of the audience we can reach and total cost in a matter of days.

Find Your Ideal Customers with Our Taxonomy Explorer Tool on bdex.com

Find Your Ideal Customers with Our Taxonomy Explorer Tool

See how quickly you’ll be able to gain valuable insight

These days, it’s impossible to talk about marketing without mentioning data. We now live in a world where almost everybody has information somewhere online, and smart organizations know that most of it is readily accessible.

It used to be difficult for businesses to gather detailed data on their customers, but that’s no longer the case. In fact, one of the biggest issues now is the opposite: there’s just too much of it. You can easily collect pages and pages of demographics, past behaviors, and numbers, but then there’s the matter of wading through everything in order to find the stuff that’s relevant to your business. And when you do find what could be useful, it may be outdated, incomplete, or too vague.

The key to using data effectively is specificity.

It’s not enough anymore to get a general idea of the wants and needs of your customers; painting them with a broad brush won’t give you the results you are looking for. But knowing what individual people are interested in buying can immediately give you the most fruitful leads, and this is where our Taxonomy Explorer tool can be a huge asset.

How the Taxonomy Explorer tool works

At BDEX, we have more than 900 billion data points businesses can use. While that’s certainly a lot of data to sift through, our Taxonomy Explorer tool makes it simple to find detailed and pertinent information. This allows you to locate your ideal customers while saving time and money.

Unique users

The first thing to think about when utilizing the Taxonomy Explorer is what type of unique users you’re looking for. You can search for people through email, mobile devices, browser cookies, and postal addresses. You can choose one, all, or a combination.

Industry

The next step is selecting an industry. We have more than 300 industries to pick from, and you can also put in a search term to narrow down the results. For example, let’s say that your business involves something related to kitchens. Choosing Home/Kitchen from the list – with every user category selected – brings up a total dataset class of over 74,000.

Digging a little deeper

Okay, so now you’ve got 74,000+ possible people to target, so you’ll want to whittle this number down to find your ideal customers. Just keeping the Email box checked immediately cuts the list to about 17,000. If you’re interested in using direct mail for marketing purposes, you’ll see that around 10,000 of these consumers have postal addresses you’ll be able to get. For strictly mobile purposes – both AAID and IDFA – that number goes back up to just over 39,000.

See what your customers are up to in real-time

One of the biggest benefits of this targeting is that you can learn about individual search and buying habits as they are happening. For example, if certain individuals buy a cookbook online, you will know about it immediately. And, if you sell cookware, you can right away serve them an ad or send a promotion for your products. Real-time targeting will get you on someone’s radar exactly when they’re in the buying mood.

Find customers wherever they are

In addition, through cross-device matching, you can keep tabs on buyer behavior across all of their devices, including computers, tablets, and phones. This also includes other avenues, such as browser cookies, email address, and postal address. No matter what they’re doing or where they are, you will be able to find people who are most interested in what you’re selling.

Take our Taxonomy Explorer tool for a test drive

Whatever industry your business is in, our database is almost certainly full of people who would make great customers. Test it out here, and for more information, please contact us.

Better Sources Mean Better Marketing Data on bdex.com

Better Sources Mean Better Marketing Data

Making sure you get the best data

Finding a company to provide data services has never been easier. There are dozens of them, all just waiting to provide you with consumer data. Neustar, Acxiom, Infogroup, etc. But some of these companies try very hard to sell customers data that they don’t want, that they don’t need, and they can’t even use.

“Philip” runs a computer shop in Pennsylvania. He is trying to get a bit more foot traffic into his brick-and-mortar store, so he decides to send out some direct mail, or perhaps try to target some online advertising. In order to do that, he contacts a company that provides consumer data, so that he knows whom he is advertising too.

Unfortunately for Philip, the company he chose lumps data together that he doesn’t necessarily need. Now he has to sieve through a wide range of data about consumers just to find consumer data from the zip codes he cares about and the type of people he cares about. Further, that data probably doesn’t have actionable insights that indicate a prospect is actively looking for computers or related products – meaning they may not even be a prospect at all. And now he has a lot of useless data and doesn’t even know it until he uses it and gets no response – and this is data he spent his hard-earned money on.

The company he bought it from, of course, does not care. They wish to sell as much data as possible, regardless of the custom, personal experience they might be able to provide. And why should they bother providing such an experience? After all, they own more data than they know what to do with and have incentives to sell as much of it as possible.

Luckily, an alternative exists in the form of BDEX. BDEX specializes in providing a subscription model for data collection, allowing customers to buy only the data they want and need and none that they don’t. Philip can purchase data about consumers in Philadelphia that are looking for his products without having the hassle of sifting through information he doesn’t need. More than that, he’s getting more than just the data he would have with a single company. He’s getting access to the data available from many, many companies and sources.

This is because BDEX is partnered with about fifty major data providers, including Neustar, Acxiom, and InfoGroup. Customers using BDEX’s subscription plan get access to all the data these companies have licensed it to use. That means that subscribed customers get access to many of these companies’ benefits without having to build a relationship with them, and without paying for unwanted data – making their purchase truly customizable.

This access allows BDEX to aggregate data from discrete sources, filter them, and organize them in ways meaningful for the client. Ultimately, this piles up to 900 million mobile devices, 1.3 billion email addresses, and 220 million U.S. postal addresses, all part of the vast network providing data. This data is provided via purchase history, mobile apps, websites, supermarket clubs, geofencing, credit card providers, and more. Of course, not every customer needs to use all of this data. They can pick and choose what they want to receive in their subscription.

These fifty major data providers allow BDEX access to data of varying kinds. The core data comes in the form of consumer behavioral data, geofencing, audience intent, and demographic personal data. All of this is mined from sources like those mentioned previously and can be used in all sorts of marketing. These myriad sources provide a diverse quality and quantity of consumer data, ensuring that there is something valuable in it for any business. This turns BDEX into a marketplace where the best data can be selected and purchased.

This diversity of sources also gives a company an advantage against their competition. If every company in the area is using the same source of data, they will all be advertising to the same consumers. However, companies with access to more varied data, from more varied sources – along with actionable, real-time behavioral data that indicates a prospect is ready to buy – can both narrow things down to an efficient list and often target consumers whom others do not have access to.

All of this is readily available in a simple subscription model, without the need to interact with third parties or go through the hassle of sorting through unwanted data – saving you time and money, and vastly boosting the impact of your marketing efforts.

Taking Control of Your Data on bdex.com

Taking Control of Your Data

How BDEX’s Platform as a Service helps you easily monetize your customer data

Managing data can be complex. If you are trying to monetize data you’ve gathered, or just keep it organized when it comes in from discrete sources, it can take hours of work just to synthesize it in a usable and meaningful way. And even then, every bit of it has to be tailored to suit the formats of the various platforms on which data can be monetized.

Data is a major business and an extremely valuable commodity that some are willing to pay good money for. So, when companies collect data and lack a way to properly monetize it, they are basically sitting on a deposit of gold with no equipment to mine it.

For example, a food delivery service could collect a good deal of information about their customers: spending habits, location, and the best contact methods. Unless that business is monetizing its data, however, it is not properly leveraging a potential revenue stream.

Unfortunately, many companies do not have the internal infrastructure needed to organize and monetize their data. It can be a challenge to track information, gather it from across networks and services, make it uniform if derived from different systems, and then present it in a way that can earn revenue. In fact, data is often only used profitably by many companies through their own marketing efforts or to enhance products and services, as selling to other companies can be somewhat complex.

You need a platform to organize and monetize your data

One way to meet this need is through the creation of a unique platform for data monetization. Companies gathering large amounts of data can hire developers to build a platform capable of sustaining the kind of data collection they want, one that then formats and sorts it for monetization. Unfortunately, as they gather more data, the platform necessarily becomes larger and more robust, requiring more effort and tools to maintain it. The data must also be tailored to the individual platforms that purchase it. This can get rather expensive.

This is where BDEX’s platform for data collecting and monetization comes in. Our Platform as a Service (PaaS), available to companies of all sizes and specialties, is built around managing data in such a way that marketing, as well as monetization, become easier and more efficient. Rather than trying to design an in-house solution that deals with the various formats and qualities of data (taken indirectly and/or and from third parties), BDEX is able to synthesize this data into an easy-to-use format.

To monetize data, it is typically sold to common third-party data buyers. Each of these entities requires customers to organize it and format it in a certain way. Data sellers must conform to each distinct set of parameters, including how often you can update the data and how it looks.

Platform as a Service (PaaS) simplifies this process. It already has all the functionality one could want in a platform that is custom-designed to monetize data. It can capture information in real time, manage that data in an efficient and organized way, and even transmit it to third parties – preformatted for specific data buyers. It interfaces with all kinds of data collection and purchasing systems, including those set up for mobile devices. All of the data you collect is entered automatically into the system and can be quickly plugged into external systems such as LiveRamp.

One of its features is its ability to authenticate duplicated data. If data is collected for the same user more than once on different sources, those occurrences will be used to verify the information and then gathered into a single identity to avoid unnecessary redundancy.

This system allows companies to take complete control of their data, keeping it organized and monetized as a way to gain passive revenue. No programmers or database developers required.

Like most BDEX services, this is a subscription model available to all sorts of companies for a monthly fee. To learn more, contact us.

If You Market (Well) They Will Come on bdex.com

If You Market (Well) They Will Come

The basics of successful marketing campaign management

Developing a marketing campaign for your product or service is one of the most important aspects of business success. And without a detailed plan, you’ll never reach your potential customers. You also have to know how to manage a marketing campaign once it’s launched, including measuring the effectiveness of the different executions, whether they’re in the form of direct mailers, digital ads, an email campaign, or other components.

We’ve put together some campaign management basics to follow, including the use of a customized BDEX data list of potential targets that are actively looking to buy your product or service – whether that’s pet supplies, household appliances, groceries, or a new computer.

Start with your data

Third-party data is going to give you vital information about your target audience; the people who are most likely to buy your product or service. The right data shows insightful characteristics and buying history to reveal patterns that enable you to specifically reach out to potential customers.

Adobe puts it this way: “If you are a marketer and you want to talk with your customers, then you have to first know and understand them … The more data you acquire, the better you will know your customers, which is a critical first step toward successful campaign management.”

The more specific you can get about your target audience the better. It’s fine to know you want to target women, but it’s better to know you want to target married working mothers who live in a particular part of the city or single men who enjoy outdoor adventures such as hiking, kayaking or mountain climbing. These elements are known as demographic, historical, and/or predictive data.

Even better and more specific is real-time behavioral data. BDEX’s actionable data allows you to narrow down the list to individuals who are specifically looking for certain items or services

Data that tracks real-time online activity

One of the best ways to define your target audience is with data that tracks recent online activity, including purchases, online searches, and more. BDEX collects real-time data based on actual behaviors of potential customers. The data can tell you that people have been on a travel site, bought or shopped for concert tickets, browsed makeup, and more. Our data also tracks when someone has visited a physical store using the technology called geofencing, as well as collects information from POS (point of sale) systems at brick and mortar stores.

Managing data

Compiling data based on information you have collected about your customers or buying a data list from an outside company is not enough. You must also manage your list. In many cases, a marketing firm or company will have a massive amount of data that is being used by different departments and in different formats and systems, which makes it harder to analyze and interpret the information. You’ll need to have an adequate infrastructure in place to manage your data list to ensure accurate information.

Developing content to reach your target audience

Knowing who your customers are is only the first part of managing a campaign. You’ll need to develop the right content in order to speak to your audience. As they say, content is king. And the way you approach your target audience is crucial for a successful campaign. The keys to success are to make content that is attractive (gets noticed and read, watched, or seen), valuable to the individual and provides a clear and compelling proposition.

Determine the best execution for your campaign

This is where you will develop your specific plan to bring your marketing campaign to life. You have to decide the best media to use, which should be easier once you understand your target audience. Remember, if you use real-time behavioral data, you already know that your target has been actively searching for your product online or they’ve visited a store that sells a similar product.

The media you choose will be dictated by the prospect’s habits, demographics, and the devices they use. For instance, you would probably choose different media to target teenagers or millennials than you would if you want your message to reach senior citizens. The use of specific media can also be tracked by the data; you’ll know which devices they tend to use, as well as which media generates specific responses when later analyzing the impact of the campaign.

Common vehicles include:

  • Inbound website
  • Direct mail
  • Email marketing
  • Mobile marketing (SMS/text)
  • Social media (passive and paid campaigns that boost posts)
  • Online display advertising
  • Print display advertising
  • Broadcast (TV/radio/streaming)

Of the above vehicles, certain ones are more amenable to target marketing than others. Generally, they are those that involve an outbound message to a specific person (direct mail, email, mobile text), though online display ads and social media can also be highly targeted to individuals based on data, as can tailoring what is shown on your website for certain categories of inbound web traffic.

You’ll also decide how much you want to spend for each medium, which again is going to be dictated by the characteristics and habits of your target audience, as well as the measurable ROI of each. If you know your customers get most of their information via their smartphones rather than a direct mail piece than you would probably earmark more money for mobile advertising.

To clearly measure impact, you must either tie a campaign to a very specific offer or have a CRM system that tracks they customer’s journey from the first contact to eventual sale. Speaking of which …

Track the results of your campaign

Finally, you’ll want to develop a plan for how you will track the results of the campaign as well the return on investment (ROI) for each medium.

Analyzing the results will help you:

  • Understand which elements of the campaign worked and which ones didn’t (creative, message, and targeting)
  • Learn how your target audience responded to your campaign
  • Reveal if your campaign accomplished the goals and objectives that were in place
  • Gain valuable information for future campaigns
  • Establish a baseline ROI

One last note: privacy and managing customer data

One thing to always keep in mind is the privacy of customer and prospect data. In many cases, you can’t send emails or text messages unless existing customers have chosen (opted in) to receive messages from you. In some cases, it can even be against the law.

For instance, the European Union recently enacted GDPR, which is meant to protect the privacy information of consumers. There are explicit rules in place regarding how data can be used and how and when to contact customers with marketing messages. It’s important to note that certain media, such a direct mail, and social media advertising, don’t require opt-ins or permission – while others, such as text messages, unsolicited phone calls to non-customers, and email, do.

An effective marketing campaign requires a plan and data that provides the most accurate information about potential customers. BDEX can help with the latter by providing real-time data via over 700 million device ID connections and more than 900 billion data signals available through our proprietary Data Exchange Platform.

Call us at 917-410-6616 or send an email to info@bdex.com to start putting this information to work for your business.