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John Deere Parts Mobile Site Offers Speed, Convenience

The new site is geared with mobile users in mind.

Tue September 10, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Like the desktop version of the site, the new mobile version allows customers to quickly access parts information, view pricing, availability and order parts online.
Like the desktop version of the site, the new mobile version allows customers to quickly access parts information, view pricing, availability and order parts online.

John Deere’s mobile version of its parts Web site — jdparts.deere.com — is designed to utilize smartphone technology to help customers manage their operations more efficiently. The new user-friendly site allows customers to access critical equipment parts information with their handheld devices, from nearly any location.

“Our customers are usually on the go, at a job site or traveling between sites, and they can’t wait to get back to their desks to order critical parts,” said Shawn Riley, manager of parts marketing operations. “They asked us for a mobile version of the parts site so they could place orders when and where they needed to, so we responded.”

Like the desktop version of the site, the new mobile version allows customers to quickly access parts information, view pricing, availability and order parts online. Customers can search by parts catalog, model number, part number or keyword to locate the appropriate parts and attachments.

Designed for any Web-enabled mobile phone or tablet, the mobile version is easy to navigate and use. It also features a dealer locations link to find the closest John Deere dealer to make purchase and pick-up faster and easier.

To access the full capabilities of the site, customers will need to establish accounts through their John Deere dealers.

For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.




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