Web App for the Veterinarians - Potential Long Term Work Agreement

Web App for the Veterinarians - Potential Long Term Work Agreement

Cancelled

Job Description

Be part of a project that will bring long over-due automation to Veterinarians and pet owners. This project upon completion will provide a stream-lined method of generating and sending appointment reminders via text and email. Not only that, it will generate more revenue for Veterinarians by decreasing their no-show rate and increasing client engagement.

We are looking for a talented Developer to convert our detailed plan into a professional, flawless, running web application ready for Version 1.0. If the work is optimal, this position will turn into a long term work-agreement for future updates and additions to the Web Application down the road. We are looking for someone to be around for hire down the road for edits, and changes.

This web-app will be very much focused on customer feedback and as such there will more than likely be some modifications to be made once we get a minimum viable product into the market's hands for review.

In your application you should include VetVisit at the start, to let me know you actually read this, I am sure you understand.

We would also like examples of your previous work and at least one instance where you were able to suggest an improved workflow over and above your initial design brief.

Finally, once we have further relayed the necessary information as well as demo to you so you understand the project, we ask you for an estimate of the time required to achieve such a task if you are still interested.

An impressive delivery of your work will lead to further work to develop this after launch. This is an application which will be used by hundreds of veterinarian clinics, so we are interested in only the best developers who want to work on an exciting and game changing application.

Please feel free to message me, and ask any questions you may have. I would be happy to hear you of your interest and that you fully understand. No question is a silly question.

Thank You
- Jenn

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Skills: design