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John Deere: How to Use the John Deere Machinery Data Integration
John Deere: How to Use the John Deere Machinery Data Integration

Importing Activities from John Deere Operations Center

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Written by Emily Mertes
Updated over a week ago

The John Deere integration is Agworld's next step towards a more streamlined linkage between John Deere's Operations Center and Agworld Actual records. The integration matches the inputs and input quantity (using the data provided by the John Deere Operation) with Agworld’s standardized product database, saving you time. If you haven't yet set up the John Deere integration, you can do so from the Agworld integrations page - here's how.

How to use the John Deere Machinery Data integration:

  1. Navigate to Workflow | Machinery Data on the Agworld website

  2. The column to the left contains John Deere information, pulled from the Operations Center. The information brought across includes the start and stop time, name, activity area, map, inputs used and quantity of inputs used. A filter button is available to select the type of job, field, date it was completed, or keyword (such as a product used on the field) to quickly find what you are looking for.

  3. Once filtered, select apply and the jobs will be displayed

  4. At this point if there is an existing plan, recommendation, work order, or actual, you can match it to the John Deere Activity by clicking "Link Operation to the Actual." If there is not an existing activity, click "Create New Actual" to create one from scratch

  5. Agworld will automatically match products coming in from John Deere with those in our database. Adjustments can be made to the product by either clicking "Edit and Create" or selecting a different product from the dropdown menu. Once your activity is correct, click Link Operation

Check out our other articles on how to link data for Harvest and Planting Activities! Have questions? Read our John Deere frequently asked questions article here.

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