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Database Driven Web Backup Control Panel

If you're interested in submitting a bid on the project describe below, please email your interest to (see attached document for instructions). We’ll email you the formal RFP document with full details.

We are looking for a provider to develop our next generation Web Based Control Panel for our Data Backup Service. Carroll-Net has developed a uniquely powerful solution for protecting customer’s from catastrophic data loss. Our patent pending technology ensure customers no longer use fragile tape backup or risk data theft taking tapes home. Each of our customers save money, saves time, and saves themselves from disaster – guaranteed!

We are looking for a provider to create an ASP.Net web application to assist customers managing their backups. A successful provider will create the look and feel of the approximately 30 page site. The application will communicate with our datacenter based databases through a Carroll-Net provided .Net SQL-oriented Data Access Layer. Carroll-Net will provide all text and copywriting services. When you send your request for the full RFP, please provide a link to your firm’s website. We’d also appreciate a copy of any pre-written case studies you may have, and a description of the project methodology you’d plan to use.


We look forward to working together.

Jim Carroll


Carroll-Net, Inc.

Habilidades: .NET, ASP, Design de Sites

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Acerca do Empregador:
( 0 comentários ) Hackensack, United States

ID do Projeto: #151542