On Wednesday, Shares of Deere & Company (NYSE:DE), added 1.26% and closed at .$90.11 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $89.17 and $92.99. Telogis Latitude Conference — At its annual business conference, Telogis, A Verizon Company, declared that it is partnering with John Deere to facilitate construction companies to derive key data and insights from their connected John Deere equipment to assist drive cost savings, efficiency and productivity.
Through this alliance, Telogis and John Deere will facilitate existing and future mutual customers to leverage John Deere construction equipment’s built-in connectivity. Customers will benefit from access to a richer data set that will assist to eliminate manual data entry and generate deeper insights into customers’ operations.
Customers also benefit from the ability to connect back into JD Link™ to order parts and service or contact local John Deere dealers for questions, appointments and equipment troubleshooting. They will also receive more accurate equipment maintenance records that can assist lead to better uptime and lower total cost of ownership. Customers can also take advantage of the Telogis Mobile Resource Administration (MRM) software platform’s comprehensive feature set, such as jobsite utilization alerting and reporting that features engine hours, whether equipment is being fully utilized, fuel consumption and details on diagnostic codes. Customers’ cost structures are also optimized by leveraging the John Deere telematics devices that come built into the equipment from the factory or installed aftermarket at an authorized dealer.
American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL), jumped 1.70% and closed at $42.41 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $40.44 and $42.75. The company’s Market capitalization is $22.08 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 518.13 million. American Airlines Group Inc., through its auxiliaries, operates in the airline industry. As of December 31, 2015, the company operated a mainline fleet of 946 aircraft. It serves 350 destinations in about 50 countries.