Amazon is adding a cloud-based feature to its online shopping platform to help its customers keep track of their purchases.
The new feature, which lets customers track their purchases, will be available to customers in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Amazon said.
“Amazon has long been known for its flexible and innovative cloud-focused software offerings, and today we are excited to expand this capability into a global service for our customers,” Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, said in a statement.
“We have a proven track record of delivering software to our customers at a great price, and now Amazon Cloudfront is the perfect complement to our growing suite of cloud services.”
The new service will be powered by Amazon’s new CloudFront software, which allows customers to manage and manage their own private data on Amazon’s cloud service.
Amazon says the service will let customers create and manage cloud-specific “tasks” that can be viewed from the comfort of their homes.
“This means customers can work with their Amazon Prime membership and Amazon CloudFront to save money, track their shopping activity, track the quality of their Amazon purchases and more,” Bezos said.
Amazon’s online shopping service is expected to hit the market later this year.