Today Philip Jepsen, CEO of ManageByStats, software tools for Amazon sellers, announced the first of what will be a series of interface upgrades to their core suite. The new additions bring a variety of visual representations to existing metrics, using graphics to provide snapshot views of performance. The purpose of the new additions is to portray volumes of information available in rows of data in a more readily digested format. Existing formats will be preserved, but new graphics will be available.
“At times we’ve been guilty of data presentation saturation,” says Mister Jepsen. “MBS collects, calculates and displays a mountain of data, from sales, profit and ROI, to orders, inventory data, customer info and transactions … we have a lot of information available, but large volumes can be difficult to digest at a glance. These new additions handle that nicely.”
ManageByStats has had graphing since its inception, but only for select stats, and all gathered under one Graphs section. The new visualization tools will be called Hubs, and will feature easy-to-read graphic representation in several forms, including for non-sales areas, such as inventory info, customer metrics and others. The idea is to provide a visual snapshot of how each area is doing, without needing to dive into the evaluation of hard numbers.
“Hard numbers are our core and they will remain our focus,” says Mister Jepsen. “We’re known for the reliability and thoroughness of our data. However, with these new Hubs users will be able to pair that information with the ability to quickly see how they’re doing in any given area, as well as drilling in to more detail as needed.”
For more on the latest features and the new Hub graphics in particular, or for more info on ManageByStats, please contact them directly or visit the company’s website. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.
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ManageByStats.com is a software platform built by Amazon Sellers, for Amazon Sellers, to provide functions not provided well by Amazon or other services, including product sales performance graphs displayed by Brand, Product Line and individual Products.
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