If you want to create a specific system, do it in a proper way. Do the standard program because that would give you the native power of the system and you could do more error handling and exception handling with it.
If you ask a Business Analyst with basic knowledge of programming to implement an IT system (including writing the syntax), that's as good as suicide.
Leave the IT side to the IT and business side to the business guys. Trying to cut corners only gives you more headache then just sticking to the normal proven ways.