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'MyJohnDeere' boosts customer resources, company says

Agriculture.com Staff 06/28/2012 @ 5:06pm

To help agricultural producers manage their equipment information, production data and farm operations from a single website, John Deere introduces MyJohnDeere.com. Developed as part of the John Deere FarmSight(TM) strategy, the MyJohnDeere toolbox gives customers a centralized online portal to access, view, archive and manage a wide variety of business information.

Nathan Greuel, product manager, John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group, says users can log into MyJohnDeere.com and access key applications such as JDLink which allows them to view real-time information about their farm operations, field locations and important performance data from their equipment. Other applications include AgLogic™, JDParts, John Deere Financial, Stellar Support and My Equipment.

“This will be a new suite of technology to help producers plan, run and analyze their operations through the entire farming cycle,” Greuel says in a report from John Deere. “The user can access their MyJohnDeere site to view the information that is most important to them, as well as allow access to their dealer, farm manager or other third-party individuals.”

All the information on the MyJohnDeere portal is accessible via computer, smartphone or other handheld mobile device, giving producers the flexibility to view the information when and where they want it.

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