STAR awarded highest supplier classification, John Deere

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STAR awarded highest supplier classification – John Deere

John Deere awarded STAR the highest supplier classification status.

STAR AG in Ramsen, Switzerland has been awarded Partner classification status for 2015. This is John Deere’s acknowledgment of STAR’s outstanding quality of translation service and product delivery capability, and its commitment to continuous improvement in business processes.

We view this prestigious classification as a symbol for the shared success of many years of cooperation to date, and we also consider it an incentive to continue striving as partners to meet the challenges of the future.

John Deere

John Deere is an industry-leading provider of agricultural, construction, forestry and turf equipment and precision farming solutions. The John Deere Achieving Excellence (AE) award is processed regularly to assess its suppliers and continuously improve cooperation.

Partner classification, the highest of the four possible classifications in the AE process, is awarded only to John Deere’s best-of-the-best suppliers. As John Deere puts it, [Partner status is] “our classification for those suppliers who distinguish themselves by repeatedly accepting cooperation in light of a challenge”.

Since 2009, STAR AG with its global network of in-house specialists has been John Deere’s dependable PLM partner for global information management with sales and aftersales documentation, market-appropriate translation and localization and automated multi-channel publishing and feedback processes.

“We view this prestigious classification as a symbol for the shared success of many years of cooperation to date, and we also consider it an incentive to continue striving as partners to meet the challenges of the future”, remarked Josef Zibung, owner and CEO of STAR AG.

The STAR Team

Source: STAR AG Switzerland

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