A new suite of software developed by Amazon and a leading asset management software provider has helped Amazon save the company $5.4 million in 2016 alone, according to data from the company.
The software, called Amazon Asset Management Suite, is an asset management suite designed to help users manage their assets better.
The service provides customers with tools for managing their portfolio, managing the value of their assets, tracking their expenses and tracking their profits.
The asset management tools are free, but the service charges users a fee for access.
Amazon also charges a one-time fee for data storage and a $5 monthly subscription fee for additional tools.
The Amazon Asset Manager Suite costs $5 a month and is available in both free and pro versions.
The free version includes support, and pro subscribers get the option to manage more than 200,000 products.
The Pro version includes all the same features as the free version, but includes the option for Amazon to charge $50 a month for data and $50 monthly subscriptions for additional data storage.
In an interview with CNBC, Amazon’s VP of product management, Matt Jones, said the service had helped Amazon keep the company afloat.
He added that the software has helped in the past with managing inventory.
Jones said that since launching the service, the company has seen a 20 percent increase in the number of employees who use it.
Amazon has also found a number of success stories using the asset management tool, including the sale of a factory in Bangladesh that had lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in factory machinery.