[url removed, login to view] integration to WordPress or Joomla eshop

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Project Description

We need someone to allow our web site to get all orders and customer updated from an Acctivate Database ([url removed, login to view]). This is a software which will export all data into a single XML file which will then have to be incorporated within the web site's online store. It does not matter whether the store will be Joomla or WordPress based as long as the script works.

The process of adding products from the data base to the web site is:

1. You need to click on the update button within the Acctivate software.

2. Once clicked, the Acctivate software will try to reach a specific url on the web server where the site will be waiting for the XML file. Acctivate then generates and sends the XML.

3. Once the XML file is sent it will have to be reorganized and distributed into the web site's shopping component or module and then all new products and customers will have to be created accordingly. Obviously in case we have some products deleted from the web site or from the database this will have to be reflected both ways - on the web site and in the Acctivate software.

My budget is to be discussed - I need to see some bids first!

Please note that generic bids will be declined. We are looking for a professional who has previous experience with Acctivate and can guarantee its proper and secured implementation within our website!

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