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Primary Location: Argentinien (AR) – Santa Fe – Granadero Baigorria
Function: Customer & Product Support
Title: Analista de Inventario de Respuestos para concesionarios – 73305
Acompañar a los distribuidores en procesos de mejora, negociar objetivos y planes a desarrollar, entrenarlos en DPM, entender sus procesos internos y cómo funcionan sus sistemas de gestión. Trabajar en proyectos globales.
Engages John Deere dealers that are subscribed to the Dealer Parts Management(DPM) service to determine their parts business goals and objectives and positively influence those objectives as needed. Collaborates with DPM personnel and key stakeholders to develop and gain alignment on annual and more tactical plans to achieve agreed-upon dealer business goals and objectives. Provides ongoing execution assistance/advice/feedback to DPM personnel, dealership management and Deere field support staff. Ensures that DPM Dealers adhere to the contracted service definition. This level works primarily with non- strategic smaller groups with a range of 40+ accounts, provides support with dealer mergers, acquisitions and software implementations. Supports and assists department projects and growth initiatives.
- Develops a clear understanding of a given dealer’s parts management best practices and any gaps existing in the various categories. Implements Dealer Parts Management (DPM) advice and recommendations within the operations of DPM-served dealers, closing the gaps between the current state of the dealer’s parts operations and those defined in the dealer’s chosen best practices.
- Effectively communicates advice and recommendations on how a Dealer Parts Management-served dealer can move more quickly toward achieving or exceeding the given dealer’s stated parts business goals and objectives.
- Collaborates with Dealer Parts Management dealers and key equipment division stakeholders to develop dealers’ parts business goals and objectives designed to provide preeminent aftermarket service to John Deere’s end customers and larger/more profitable dealer parts businesses.
- Provides a clear and accurate statement of position regarding how a Dealer Parts Management (DPM) served dealer’s parts business is performing against the mutually agreed-upon plan, as well as progress toward the dealer’s stated parts business goals and objectives.
- Has a clear understanding of the communication and escalation procedures developed to execute the plans mutually agreed upon by Dealer Parts Management (DPM) and DPM-served dealers in order to achieve the dealer’s goals.
- Maintains or improves Dealer Parts Management-served dealers’ key parts performance metrics relative to parts availability/customer service, and parts business profitability.
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The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines. An Equal Opportunity Employer, John Deere requires a diversity of people, perspectives and ideas to address the complex challenges of its global business. John Deere is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.