I hired a programmer several months ago to convert my current database - currently hosted on BRCapp.info onto a faster, more secure Yii database framework. When the previous programmer got to the point to where he's at, he simply quit responding and so all I have pretty much is a login to demo the current version he put onto his own server.
BRCapp.info's properties feed into my company website, BenefitsReport.com. They are currently on two different domains, but the new db will need to be on dashboard.benefitsreport.com because our clients will be logging in as an Admin. So far their are three accounts in the new db - root, super and admin. Admins are basically for our clients to use our database platform and use it like we do.
FYI - both BRCapp.info and BenefitsReport.com are hosted with AWS.
I've attached two snapshots of what I'm doing. The "old" database is currently how it looks and the "new" database is where we were at in the transition. So, here's what I need;
1) receive as much tech code/files from scraping the site or however we can to finish (or start anew) based on what the previous programmer has already created.
2) tie the new Yii framework db to a frontend demo that we can use to see how it will work/look before changing my entire website (BenefitsReport.com) over to this new version
3) add the functionality of applying a scenario to each benefit. My business model allows for website users to answer questions to a survey and therefore generates a custom platform to see which benefits they qualify for.
4) use our CRM's (SharpSpring) open API to ensure that we are collecting information from BenefitsReport.com and it is being stored into our SharpSpring CRM.
When you log into my current db, you will see how we are currently doing business. You just need to make sure all of the functions that we currently use are implemented into this new framework.