Inventory Management Database for Small Importing Business

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I need a developer or team of developers who are able to create a database that manages the contracting and inventory for an importing business.

- Build a robust database system that tracks purchase contracts, shipments made against those purchase contracts, warehousing, and sales contracts.

- Build a sleek, intuitive user interface to add contracts, create and update shipments, display purchasing and sales data, and track supplier and customer trends.

- The system must be able to print contracts and other documents directly to PDF and attach those PDF documents to emails sent automatically.

- The system will be form-heavy, with real time-validation.

Job Description:

We're looking for a Database expert to help us create applications and infrastructure to maintain our data.

Your responsibilities:

- Review business requirements and perform a technical analysis of requirements

- Produce a solid, detailed technical design

- Write clean, modular, robust code to implement the desired requirements

- Contribute ideas for making the application better and easier to use

Your qualifications:

- A work style that is extremely detail oriented

- A complete Elance profile

- References or an established reputation on Elance preferred

- Experience working with similar web applications

- A robust portfolio

** You are basically converting an aging paper-based system to a complete web solution. I have experience working with PHP and SQL, and will be able to communicate very clearly what I need done. I have started the project myself, and what I have built can be used either as a starting point, means of communicating my ideas, or not at alll. **

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