Web Interface Overview

How does SellerTools.co use a Web Interface?

Whether you are using OSX, Windows, Linux, or any other operating system, you can use SellerTools.co to get up-to-date information about your Amazon Seller business, whether FBA or not, without the need to install or configure any native applications. Simply load SellerTools.co in your web browser and navigate to your secret URL, and you are off. Use it on a mobile device, a tablet, a laptop, or a desktop. SellerTools.co gives you the insight you need to run your Amazon Seller business with as minimal effort as necessary.

The fact that we offer a web interface means you get connected faster, your downloads come as fast as possible, and you have no servers or applications to install, configure, or maintain. No Amazon Marketplace Web Services (MWS) API calls to learn and make. This means you have access to your data and analysis fast. You can make business decisions that increase your revenue, decrease your losses, and increase your profits! Get started now with your free trial to see if SellerTools.co is a good fit for your Amazon Seller business. No payment information is required for the trial except for full data exports.

What is a Web Interface?

Traditionally, applications have been installed on workstations. Along with installing an application, a user or administrator must configure and maintain the application. When patches are released or new features are added, the user or administrator must install upgrades, migrate data, perform backups, and many other tasks. If a user wants to run an application on another workstation, this effort must be mostly duplicated and then someone must decide how to keep the data for the application synchronized across installations.

A web interface allows all of the installation, maintenance, backup and other administration to be performed from a single location. The application becomes a web browser itself, which we are all aware, run on mobile devices, tablets, laptops, desktops, and even servers! Instead of loading an application off of a local computer, a web application is loaded from a server on the Internet using the HTTP or HTTPS protocol. Once the application starts within the web browser, often in less than a second, the application is ready to use. No installation, no configuration, no system administration.

Is a Web Interface good?

In many cases, a traditional application can be converted into a web application to remove much of the need for the administration and configuration. This is especially true for more typical information systems which help businesses coordinate. If the application removes the need for phone calls, paperwork, coordinating meetings, among other basic business operations, then a web interface is a great choice. These deisions take seconds at bare minimum and more often, minutes, so a web interface removing minutes at a time, at the expense of the remotely hosted application requiring milliseconds to access, is an acceptable trade.

In other cases, an application may need to access external devices, process large quantities of data, or react to its the environment in very short periods of time, such as microseconds. In these cases, a web interface may end up as part of a system, but these more demanding tasks must be performed collocated as native applications. If a user requires more interactive feedback maybe a native interface would be a better option. If not, a web interface may suffice.

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