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Chrome Extension Access Added Directly To MBS Interface

ManageByStats, also known as MBS, a provider of software tools and services for Amazon sellers, has announced that access to it’s MBS Chrome Extension has been added directly to the MBS interface. The Chrome Extension runs in the background and has a standard icon for access in the top right of the Chrome browser, but an additional icon has now been added within the interface itself. This makes it easier to bring up the Extension’s functions when in ManageByStats. The Extension allows users to update graph data, update order and transaction data, update reviews and feedback, download missing products and other functions. The purpose of the MBS Chrome Extension is to act as an enhancement for the core MBS tools.

“We’ve made the Extension easier to access and use,” says ManageByStats CEO, Philip Jepsen. “The Extension makes it easier to carry out a number of functions in MBS. We encourage all our users to get it and have it running as part of their suite. The new in-interface icon also makes it easier to click and install the Extension.”

ManageByStats provides tools to track profit and ROI across individual products, multiple products, brands and custom groupings. Automated response emails, listing optimization, product discovery, inventory management and other services are included in the suite.

“We bring more tools together in one place than anyone else,” says Mister Jepsen. “This new extension rounds out those tools with some valuable support functions, it’s free, and we recommend everyone get it.”

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


For more information about ManageByStats, contact the company here:

Philip Jepsen, CEO
[email protected]
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110
Clearwater FL 33755

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