I'm a partner in a consulting firm that counts a number of small financial institutions as clients. We have come up with a Customer Survey that financial institutions will administer to their customers. This survey contains a number of questions with a lot of demographic data that will need to be easily sorted to look at the data from different perspectives.
I need someone to put together a database that can be populated from the surveys received and then sorted by the data. There is a lot of data here but for someone familiar with programming, I don't believe this is a difficult project.
For example, one question reads: "Your age: 25 or under, 26-30, 31-40, 41-55, 56-65 and over 65." The entire survey will need to be sorted by each age group.
I'm open to suggestions in regard to how to best do this project. Ideally, this would be able to store the data for each client and down the road allow benchmarking so that we can compare against an average for each client.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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Thanks to everyone who has bid on my project. I am very serious about this project and actually the sooner I can get this developed the better. I would like ot clarify one thing - while I want a comprehensive database (which should not be too difficult) the most important thing is that I have a very classy set of graphs that are linked to the database and will automatically update once the data has been inputed. If you have worked on this type of project before or have experience, please be in touch and we can take it from there. Preference will be given to anyone who can show me an example of their work on this type of project. I hope to choose a bidder sometime soon! Regards, DAS.
I'm open to suggestions here. A simple version could possibly be created using Microsoft Excel but an online interface could also be created and possibly be linked to graphs that show the data as well as calculating aggregate results.