ManageByStats Software For Amazon Sellers Announces Support For Multiple Languages

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Today ManageByStats, software for Amazon sellers, announced that support for multiple languages has been released for their tools. Languages now supported are Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish. The default language remains English, but users can select one of the other options as their preference. The selected language is then applied to elements within the interface, making it easier for users to operate the program in their preferred language.

“More languages are coming,” reports the CEO of MBS, Philip Jepsen. “We hope having this option will make it easier for our users. We provide service to Amazon sellers around the world, and while most are used to working with English-based interfaces, the option to view things in their native language will bring that much more value to the tools.”

ManageByStats is a comprehensive suite of software tools designed to help Amazon sellers with the things they do most on Amazon, while making those tasks more efficient and easy. The suite provides tools for managing PPC advertising, tracking profit, margins and ROI, running performance reports on products, groups of products and brands, sending automated customer emails, optimizing product listings, managing keywords, finding profitable products to sell and more. The tools work together to help users manage and expand their Amazon Business.

“We provide so many tools and services,” says Mister Jepsen. “MBS is the most complete suite like this out there, and with these new language options we’ve now made it easier to use for even more of our global customers.”

For more info on MBS, please visit the ManageByStats site or contact the company directly. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.

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For more information about ManageByStats, contact the company here:

ManageByStats
Philip Jepsen, CEO
7274752995
philip@managebystats.com
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110
Clearwater FL 33755

ReleaseID: 60032855

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