Bespoke Development

From inception through all stages of development to final deployment, B&D can help you to deliver systems and applications to enhance the performance of your business.

A collaborative and iterative approach to a requirement, design and development cycle is preferred so that you are kept involved and informed. This enables you to refine your requirements and ensures that you get exactly the product that you need.

B&D has had experience of a diverse range of systems and applications over the years, some of which are shown in the list on the right.

When you need a business system or application developing, contact B&D using the link at the bottom of the page.

soap manufacturing, timetable production, financial reporting, bus and rail scheduling, image library, equality impact assessment, active directory applications, educational administration, property sales, hr systems, management information systems, company performance dashboards, room booking, time recording, purchasing systems, survey systems, data publishing automation, web reporting components, employee development monitoring, visitor control, ticket sales, contract compliance monitoring, project monitoring, solictor divorce system, web charting components, help desk performance, office administration, document library administration, diagram creation tools
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