I'd suggest any of the major Content Management Systems, since they will all do what you have set out.? So Drupal or Joomla or DotNetNuke.? I'd stick to those because they are the easiest ones to get help on (in our group and from the outside world.)? If you are planning on developing a large number of sites, then you have more options, since you can use the learning curve on this project to your benefit on other systems.
The last thought would be to outsource the whole thing to Rent-A-Coder or some other site.? All the initial setup could be done and then you could just focus on administration.
My 2 cents.
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On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 5:13 PM, Michelle <[address removed]>
What is the best route to go?
This is for a property management company. ?They plan on: Finding tenants,
collecting rental payments, readying property for move-in, coordinating
maintenance, and they want online review of account history for the client.
1. To be able to upload invoices(excel spreadsheet) for client.
1. Site will need a secure client login
2. Client needs to see: a)Year-to-date invoice, b)Monthly Invoices
c)Tenant's Request for Maintenance
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated and it maybe a small job for
someone if I can't do this.
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