Build Inventory Aggregation and Order Sourcing Software for mid-size ecommerce business. **BIG PROJECT** $2000 EST

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Task is to build a whole software that aggregates data from multiple feeds and pushes it as well as updates to a bigcommerce shopping cart.

We are a mid-size ecommerce company that has many different warehouses with data feeds that are slightly different each.  We need someone to build a system to aggregate all the inventory we have at different warehouses and upload inventory as well as frequent updates to our shopping cart (BigCommerce). We also need a strategic order sourcing function implemented which will analyze orders and then route them according to our specifications to the most efficient warehouse in relation to the customer's location and chosen shipping method.  This all needs to be visible through an online admin area which also needs to be developed so that everything that is happening can be viewed through one interface.  This is a very big project and there are many more details that will be provided if you are selected.  Project needs to be completed within 2-5 weeks after all specifications are provided.  

This will be a full time job until the project is completed.  In order to complete this job, you must be very technologically knowledgable and have a very good idea of how these systems work. This is a very big project but developer will only be compensated once system is fully functional and according to specifications. Please only apply if you are an expert in related fields and have experience.  Also you must be able to communicate with our team and your English skills must be strong enough so that there is not a very big language barrier.

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