If you're looking to hire someone, you might want to check out the Perl Jobs site (linked in the 'Leftovers' area). I've no experience with it myself, but it's a long-standing link here at PerlMonks and might be productive for you.
On another note, the 'requirement' you included with the OP was quite vague. Perhaps it only seemed so to me due to my unfamiliarity with bioinformatics. However, it struck me that were you to post a clear statement of an interesting problem, you might actually beguile someone enough that they sit down and write a concise and effective (and free) app for you. I've seen this happen before, and it is the weekend, and it must be raining somewhere, so...
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