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  1. #1
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    Perl Programmer Needed

    Hello,

    We currently use the Freeside Billing system (http://www.sisd.com/freeside/). We like Freeside allot, but the self-service (where customers are able to login and view account data) is not coded/done. The Freeside developers have no intentions of updating the self-service anytime soon. We would like someone to finish the coding of the self-service module. The customer should be able to view all of their invoices, update their personal and credit card information, and be able to view/submit support tickets that are linked to the RT ticket system that is built into Freeside.

    You can see the current framework of the Freeside by going to this link: http://webdemo.sisd.com/selfserv/selfservice.cgi using the username jsmith and the password jsmith. All items that have a * next to them will need to be coded.

    Programmer will need to have his own development server/account to code and test these features, as our current Freeside system is a live system, and we have no spare servers available for development purposes. Coder should try to make the features similar to the Freeside code syntax so that upgrades will be easy when newer versions of Freeside come out. We would like all source code that is written as well.

    We do not have a very big budget for this at all.

    Thank you,
    Kyle

  2. #2
    Have you offered a bounty to the Freeside project/developers? Who knows, you might even be able to diffuse some of the costs.
    Gavin Rogers, full time problem solver.

  3. #3
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    Yes, but he wants way to much money for this...more than the price of a professional system that is already coded with more features than freeside, and a nicer interface.

  4. #4
    Yup well that's why you have free enterprise... see if anyone will do it for cheaper.

    Sorry for my curiosity: I'm not going to pick up that ball right now, for non-technical reasons.
    Gavin Rogers, full time problem solver.

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