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Deere Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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Deere Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: H1 2020

Deere & Company
One John Deere Place
Moline, IL 61265
United States
Phone: (309)-765-8000
Website: http://www.deere.com
Sector: Industrials
Industry: Farm & Construction Equipment
Full Time Employees: 74,413

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  • Comprehensive Business Description
  • Latest Earnings Call Highlights from the CEO
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  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
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  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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DEERE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Cory J. Reed President, Worldwide Agriculture & Turf Division: Americas and Australia; Global Harvesting, Crop Care, and Turf & Utility Platforms; and Ag Solutions Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
James M. Field President, Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division and Power Systems Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
John C. May President, Chief Operating Officer Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Marc A. Howze Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Mark von Pentz President, Worldwide Agriculture & Turf Division: Europe, CIS, Asia, and Africa; Global Tractor and Hay & Forage Platforms; and Advanced Engineering Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Mary K. W. Jones Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Public Affairs Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Rajesh Kalathur President, John Deere Financial, and Chief Information Officer Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Ryan D. Campbell Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Samuel R. Allen Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com




DEERE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Alan C. Heuberger Senior Manager, BMGI Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Charles O. (Chad) Holliday, Jr. Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc. Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Clayton M. Jones Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Rockwell Collins, Inc. Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Dipak C. Jain Co-President and Global Advisor, China Europe International Business School Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Dmitri L. Stockton Retired Special Advisor to Chairman and Retired Senior Vice President, General Electric Company Former Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of GE Asset Management Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Gregory R. Page Retired Executive Director, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, Cargill, Inc. Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
John C. May President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer (Effective November 4, 2019) Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Michael O. Johanns Retired United States Senator from Nebraska and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Samuel R. Allen Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Deere & Company Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Sheila G. Talton President and Chief Executive Officer, Gray Matter Analytics Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Sherry M. Smith Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Supervalu Inc. Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com
Vance D. Coffman Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Lockheed Martin Corporation Deere & Company *****@johndeere.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT DEERE

Deere's new $33 million tech center in Urbandale will make farm machines smarter

  • Deere's new 134,000-square-foot building should make creating agriculture's next innovative technology a little easier for its 800-some employees.
  • "We're trying to develop and deploy technology that makes machines smarter, more precise and easier to use so farmers can be more productive, more profitable and more sustainable.” – John Stone, Senior Vice President of Intelligent Solutions Group, Deere & Co


Deere Board elects John May as President, Chief Operating Officer

  • Deere & Company announced that its Board of Directors elected John C. May, 49, as President, Chief Operating Officer. 
  • May will be responsible for leading Deere's efforts to maximize operational excellence throughout the company.


Deere to invest $100 million to build tractor factory in India

  • Deere will invest approximately $100 million to build a new factory and also to expand its current tractor facility in Pune.
  • The new factory will build small agricultural tractors sold in India and for export to other countries.


AWS, Deere Partner on Data Application

  • John Deere is working to build a platform for collecting agronomic data and make it useful for software developers. AWS is trying to provide the primitive building blocks of the internet operating system.
  • The volume of data being collected is massively growing because of better connectivity, cheaper processors, and numerous other reasons.


John Deere Scaling Up Capabilities with ELK Stack and Elastic Cloud Enterprise

  • John Deere's data-based applications are proving to be just as crucial to agricultural professionals. 
  • “But really, it's all about the data now.” – Tim Arp, Senior Operations Engineer in the Intelligent Solutions Group (ISG), John Deere
  • And that data – whether it's GPS information powering self-driving equipment, metrics about machine performance, or even data about how crops are being planted – represents an immense amount of information pouring into John Deere's systems.


John Deere announces performance enhancements to MY20 S700 Series Combines

  • John Deere has announced updates for Model Year 2020 S700 Series Combines, including upgrades to improve automation, data management and residue placement.
  • Combine Advisor and HarvestSmart have been updated to further automate these machines. 
  • Combine Advisor uses ActiveVision cameras and sensors to identify changes in crop conditions and automatically adjust the combine to maintain the operator's settings for optimal performance in varying conditions.


John Deere Uses AI And Machine Vision To Help Feed 10 Billion People

  • Deere has released what it calls the Farm Forward Vision 2.0 – representing the leaps in learning and practical application of smart, self-teaching technology that has been made since those early days of the digital transformation.
  • The autonomous farm concept is where machinery would be remotely managed from a central control hub displaying farm data points.

 

 

 

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