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MyBookBuyer.com Upgrades Website and Improves Customer Experience with Java

  (October 02, 2012)

San Leandro, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012

MyBookBuyer, an online internet textbook buyback service, is proud to announce they have recently upgraded their site to streamline website performance and improve overall user experience with the use of Java. August and September was back to school time for many students, and in order to accommodate the heavy volume of buyback business they routinely receive during the school textbook seasonal crunch, the company made the decision to improve the buyback sites performance by incorporating Java into the system to meet the needs of their growing customer base.

Java, a programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems and is now owned by Oracle Corporation, was chosen to be integrated into a mission critical component of the site structure for several reasons. One of the primary advantages of using Java with the buyback system, is it allows for universal compatibility, since it can run on almost any computer with an operating system. It is a language that is universal across Windows, Os X, and even Linux platforms. In addition, it is also extremely fast, reliable and it helps connect systems together without proprietary structure formats. The end result for the customer is a site that performs more efficiently and much faster than before.

Another key benefit of using Java is for its strong security features. Since both the language and the platform were designed from the ground up with security in mind, the platform allows users to enter a trustworthy environment which will not infect the host system with a virus. While no system security is perfect, the history of Java has certainly proven to be more than stout enough for practical day-to-day use. Upon completion of their research and analysis when looking into this project, MyBookBuyer determined this additional capability made selecting the Java platform the most advantageous for their requirements.


The goal was for the site to achieve significant improvements in performance and speed, all while maintaining the same straight forward easy-to-use interface which our customers will still find to be intuitive, said founder, Mr. Michael Der. My vision has always been to create and maintain a site with functionality that makes it an extremely fast and convenient way for people to sell their books online.

Customers looking to sell back their books on the popular textbook and book buying site will be introduced to the upgrades through the efficient manner in which the reconfigured site processes their buyback requests to create an order and obtain free quotes. Returning users will still recognize everything at the site which has worked well, such as the free buyback quotes, the detailed explanation of how to use the site, the free shipping labels, and other familiar functionality, just that its now faster. The company is hoping that these new improvements to the site will continue to keep users coming back

MyBookBuyer allows anyone with a computer to easily sell textbooks online for cash. Anyone who is seeking additional information about the company or to test out the new improvements may do so visiting the company site at:http://www.mybookbuyer.com

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