Spartan to be the first company to launch logistics and logistics growth definition on Amazon Prime

A startup will be the world’s first to launch a “logistics growth definition” for Amazon Prime subscribers.

The company, Spartans Logistics, said Tuesday it will offer an online service called Spartana, which will provide users with information on the amount of time they spend on the service, the type of products they’re buying and what products they want to buy next.

The goal is to give customers a way to make better decisions on their shopping and to make the best of their time.

The new product is scheduled to launch sometime this summer.

Spartanas Logistics has been working on its product since late 2017 and has been refining its platform over time, said John Fritsch, founder and CEO.

Fritsch said the service will help customers identify items they may not want to purchase and give them a better idea of how much time they’re spending on them.

Spartans plans to launch the Spartanic product in late summer, and will use the service to analyze data from its Amazon Prime members, Fritsche said.

It will then make recommendations to the company’s customers to make purchases that fit their shopping habits.

Spam, spam, spamThe Spartanologistics app will provide customers with information about the amount and types of items they’re purchasing and the kinds of products their friends and family are buying.

The company will then offer customers the option to opt out of the Spastanlogistics service.

Spanana will provide the company with information that will help its customers make better choices on their Amazon Prime membership and to better manage the amount they spend, Friesch said.