New mobile version for JDparts.Deere.com
The innovative technology of smartphones, tablets and mobile devices allow farmers, ranchers, property owners, golf course managers, landscapers, and construction site managers to access information quickly and conveniently in the home, office, or field. To fully leverage this technology, John Deere announced a new mobile version of jdparts.deere.com. The new service allows customers to access these user-friendly sites whenever they are online with their mobile devices.
"Accessing the mobile version can be accomplished by simply typing in jdparts.deere.com on any browser on any smartphone,” says Jim Goldschmidt, product line manager, John Deere. “The user will automatically pick up the mobile version, m.jdparts.deere.com of the website.”
The mobile site can also be accessed on tablets by typing in m.jdparts.deere.com. The “m” is essential on tablet devices to pick up the mobile configuration and not the normal computer desktop version.
“When users access the mobile version of the website on any tablet or smartphone, they will receive faster and more efficient navigation on that device,” explains Goldschmidt. “Users will also have easy access to a dealer location link to find the closest John Deere dealer in their area for easy and convenient parts purchases.”
The mobile version of jdparts.deere.com allows customers to search by parts catalog, model number, part number, or keyword to locate the appropriate parts and attachments.
“Overall, the new mobile site allows more portability and convenience when searching for parts, attachments and services with their mobile devices,” concludes Goldschmidt.
For more information, contact your local John Deere dealer or visit www.JohnDeere.com
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