I need a piece of software for Windows users that will allow them to create, modify, save, and print a database of the coupons that they have as well as items that they have stockpiled (stored) in their home for future use.
A similar piece of software can be viewed at [url removed, login to view] This software allows users to create a coupon database; the software I need designed should also allow the user to create a stockpile database. I don't mind if the software looks similar to this one, just not exactly the same.
Information that users should be allowed to enter are as follows:
Date placed in stockpile
When entering category, subcategory, product, brand, store, and location, users should be able to pull from previously entered values.
There is a possibility I would like to add advertisements to the software as well (probably one banner ad at the top of the screen). I would like the ability to change the banner ad whenever I choose. When providing a price quote for this work, please provide a quote with and without this feature.
The software will be free, but users will need to register in order to unlock the software using their first name and email address. If possible, I would like this process to be integrated with my Aweber autoresponder. The user will enter their name and email in the software which will be linked to my autoresponder code, and this will send them to a confirmation web page. Once they confirm, they will go back to the software and type in the password that I have provided them through email. There will only be one password to unlock the software, and I will provide this at the time of program design.
The software needs to be a self-installing .exe file.
I will need to receive complete and exclusive copyrights to all work.
Please provide example of previously completed software along with your bid.
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