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Need a developer to build an MVP


#1

Hello - we are looking for someone to build an MVP for us - basically a calendar with deadlines.

Build a single landing page in accordance with the specifications provided in the calendar document.

Build three separate pages to handle sign up of new customers in accordance with the specifications provided in the calendar document. The first page is basic info, second is company info, and the third is additional company info. The email address will be verified by sending an email with a unique link.

Build an admin panel in accordance with the specifications provided in the calendar document which allows admin to: (1) push global and specific accounting tips; (2) search for specific users, manage their profiles, and export their data; and (3) manage compliance filing types and timeframes.

Build a user dashboard in accordance with the specifications provided in the calendar document with two main panels. The first panel will contain the calendar of filing deadlines and listing of filing deadlines. It will display the accounting tips pushed from the admins. It will also allow a user to add/edit filings. The second panel will allow the user to update their own profile details.

We have some other features we want to add like SMS alerts. There would be no payment feature.


#2

Hi @robp ,

Hope you are doing well.

I am interested. Please connect me here hayden.cis10@gmail.com or add me on Skype: cis.am4 so that we can discuss further.

Looking forward to your response.

Regards,
Hayden


#3

Hey Robp,

I work at The Upstarters https://theupstarters.com and I have just sent you a private message.

Look forward to chatting to you,

Karen


#4

Hi Rob,

Sound like an interesting project and I would be happy to help you out as this is well within my area of expertise.
Feel free to PM me or reach out to me on andrewjohnson56782@gmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Wishes,
Andrew


#5

thank you, Andrew. Our budget is $4,000…is this something you can build in that budget?