at least a start of instructions are in the attached zip file "read me" but basically, this is a phone call pricing application (for once a month reporting) out of a Shoretel phone system. The shortel system provides all info about phone call duration, phone number called and the handset number; but we need another application to a) relate the handset number to a particular user name (and their department) b) add some other standard monthly costs, like the per line charge and also add some additonal costs for calling card useages and "800 #" calls (that means in this context, calls to a 800 #) please note these additional costs are entered by the clerk and come from another system and don't need to be calculated by your application, they just need to be taken from the table and put into the report).
Anyway, we need a once a month report for each phone set that includes the call types described in the readme and the additional costs, sorted by employee by department.
p.s. more instructions to follow!
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could be done on anything (as long as you make a good case!) but prefer Access or SQL on windows.