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Harrell’s delivers new smartphone application

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The app is available through iTunes and the Android Marketplace.

| September 12, 2011

Harrell’s has released its new smartphone application available through iTunes and the Android Marketplace.  The application is designed to provide turfgrass managers, landscapers and growers with information at their fingertips for quick decision making.

The myHarrell’s mobile app delivers:

Tools for Everyone – Product information such as application rates, labels and MSDS sheets for Harrell’s, BASF, DuPont, Bayer, Syngenta, Dupont, FMC, Cleary and other products distributed by Harrell’s, as well as spreader settings, a jug calculator, glossary and the Harrell’s Front Porch blog. The app also features a sales representative directory and corporate contact information.

Exclusive Harrell’s Customer Tools – Look up comprehensive purchase, billing and shipping information and save spreader and foliar calculator settings. Customers can request a myHarrell’s account directly from the app and once logged into the app, the My Account area of the app provides them with up-to-date account information.  While in the app, customers can contact their sales rep by phone, email or text with one touch.

To see the app in action watch the myHarrell’s SmartPhone App video at: http://www.youtube.com/harrellsllc. Or go directly to iTunes or the Android Marketplace to download the app using the search term ‘myharrells.'
 

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