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.

equality impact assessment, educational administration, diagram creation tools, hr systems, project monitoring, document library administration, web reporting components, survey systems, office administration, data publishing automation, active directory applications, purchasing systems, company performance dashboards, solictor divorce system, web charting components, help desk performance, ticket sales, image library, visitor control, room booking, property sales, soap manufacturing, financial reporting, management information systems, bus and rail scheduling, time recording, timetable production, employee development monitoring, contract compliance monitoring
BBC News:
Under-25s exit furlough fastest as scheme nears end
The number of people on furlough is now at its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. (Jul 29 10:26am)
Drug firm fined for huge price rise that hit NHS
Advanz pushed up the price of thyroid tablet packs more than 10-fold, says the competition watchdog. (Jul 29 9:12am)
'We lost our life savings in a cryptocurrency scam'
A pensioner caught up in an investment saga lost it all, prompting warnings to others. (Jul 29 12:03am)
Netflix US cast and crew must be vaccinated to work
The online streaming firm is the latest company to make Covid jabs mandatory for workers. (Jul 29 9:59am)
Australia house prices soar at 'unsustainable' rate
Six state capitals have seen record prices for the third quarter in a row, the survey said. (Jul 29 8:05am)
Car production hit by 'pingdemic' and global chip shortage
The UK industry says the demand is there but it is "desperately trying to get back to full capacity". (Jul 29 12:03am)
International cruises from England to restart
People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will not have to isolate. (Jul 29 6:52am)
Uber slides over reports SoftBank selling 45 million shares
Japan's SoftBank is selling the shares to cover losses in other investments, according to one report. (Jul 29 6:03am)
Facebook warns growth set to slow 'significantly'
The technology giant said on Wednesday that the third and fourth quarters would see advertising sales drop. (Jul 28 10:32pm)
US economic recovery 'making progress', says Fed
Widespread vaccinations have helped boost the economy and employment, the US central bank says. (Jul 28 8:31pm)
Housing market cools as stamp duty break withdrawn
UK house prices still rose by 10.5% compared with a year ago, Nationwide building society says. (Jul 28 10:24am)
Covid test plan a 'pointless solution' says Iceland boss
Supermarket boss says government scheme only fixes half the issue because it excludes store workers. (Jul 28 4:53pm)
Cannabis part of the future says tobacco giant
British American Tobacco says its future lies in getting people to switch to nicotine alternatives. (Jul 28 2:45pm)
Toy giant Mattel warns of higher prices as costs rise
The Barbie maker's comments as it announced better than expected quarterly sales. (Jul 28 5:10am)
Electric car charging prices 'must be fair' say MPs
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say. (Jul 28 1:23am)
Sheffield Forgemasters: Ministry of Defence to acquire steel firm
Sheffield Forgemasters will see up to £400m of investment in the next decade, the government says. (Jul 28 1:11pm)
Tech giants' profits soar as pandemic boom continues
Apple, Google parent company Alphabet and Microsoft report soaring quarterly profits. (Jul 27 11:06pm)
Oculus recalls Quest 2 headset pads after skin rashes
Quest 2 headset owners are urged to claim a free silicone cover to avoid skin issues. (Jul 28 11:21am)
Covid travel: Fully jabbed from EU and US could avoid quarantine
Senior cabinet ministers are due to discuss the move for arrivals to England in a meeting on Wednesday. (Jul 28 12:11pm)
Honda workers in Swindon to face 'reality check' after it closes
Swindon car plant prepares to stop production on July 30 after 35 years of production. (Jul 28 6:20am)
Tesco offers £1,000 joining bonus for HGV lorry drivers
The supermarket chain is deploying the recruitment tactic amid a shortage in lorry drivers. (Jul 27 6:34pm)