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.

image library, employee development monitoring, hr systems, financial reporting, web charting components, purchasing systems, soap manufacturing, office administration, property sales, document library administration, ticket sales, web reporting components, company performance dashboards, data publishing automation, equality impact assessment, management information systems, diagram creation tools, educational administration, project monitoring, visitor control, help desk performance, solictor divorce system, bus and rail scheduling, timetable production, active directory applications, survey systems, contract compliance monitoring, time recording, room booking
BBC News:
Coronavirus: UK tightens travel rules amid Omicron spread
Travellers to the UK aged 12 and over will have to have a Covid test before departure, the government says. (Dec 4 9:47pm)
Storm Arwen: Snow, rain, and wind set to hit homes still without power
Snow, rain, and wind is set to hit areas still affected by Storm Arwen power outages, the Met Office says. (Dec 4 9:14pm)
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Jail terms of boy's killers to be reviewed
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' stepmother and his father were both jailed on Friday for his death. (Dec 4 7:07pm)
Covid: Doctors' leaders back postponed health checks
A senior GP says the move would support the "national priority" to vaccinate people quickly. (Dec 4 4:13pm)
Ava White: Liverpool vigil held for stabbed schoolgirl
Hundreds of balloons are released in Liverpool city centre in memory of 12-year-old Ava White. (Dec 4 7:23pm)
Government to overhaul drug policy to focus on getting users healthcare
Changes expected on Monday are set to include getting users out of the criminal justice system. (Dec 4 3:06pm)
Brook House: Ex-detainee describes 'riot shield attack'
An ex-Brook House detainee describes the day the most "feared crew" in the centre came to his cell. (Dec 4 3:45pm)
Covid: Met reviews Labour MPs' complaint over No 10 party claims
The London force says it does not routinely investigate "retrospective breaches" of Covid regulations. (Dec 4 12:43pm)
Watford 1-3 Manchester City: Bernardo Silva scores twice as visitors go top of the Premier League
Reigning champions Manchester City move top of the Premier League for the first time this season with a dominant win over Watford. (Dec 4 8:41pm)
Eileen Ash: World's oldest Test cricketer dies at age of 110
Eileen Ash, who made her debut for England in 1937, dies at the age of 110. (Dec 4 1:52pm)
Covid: Avoid A&E at University Hospital of Wales warning
A health board says waiting times are in excess of nine hours, and "far longer than we would like". (Dec 4 11:36am)
Hundreds of people face second weekend without power
SSEN hopes the last remaining homes without electricity will be reconnected on Saturday. (Dec 4 3:30pm)
Covid in Scotland: FM receives booster as Omicron total rises to 30
Nicola Sturgeon says there is community transmission of the new variant but it is not widespread. (Dec 4 4:41pm)
Covid: Could Omicron cases lead to more rules in Wales?
"Time will tell" if they are required to control transmission rates, says virologist. (Dec 4 2:43pm)
Covid: First data points to Omicron re-infection risk
Scientists in South Africa have identified a spike in the numbers catching Covid again. (Dec 3 1:17pm)
UK approves another antibody treatment for Covid
It's called sotrovimab and should cut the risk of severe illness, even for new variants such as Omicron, say scientists. (Dec 2 8:39am)
Covid: Trigger of rare blood clots with AstraZeneca jab found by scientists
Researchers in Cardiff and the US work out how the Covid jab may be linked to the extremely rare clots. (Dec 2 6:55am)
Covid: Omicron fears cause wave of hotel cancellations
Best Western is one hotel group that has seen many customers scrapping Christmas bookings. (Dec 2 6:31pm)
Fraud: 'I had £18,000 stolen after my drink was spiked'
Fraudsters appear to be adopting the "sinister" tactic of spiking drinks to steal money, campaigners warn. (Dec 4 1:40am)
Weakest Link: Romesh Ranganathan 'not trying to emulate' Anne Robinson
Comedian Romesh Ranganathan is set to host a rebooted version of the BBC One quiz show. (Dec 4 1:08am)
Will the Conservatives hold on to traditionally-safe North Shropshire seat?
The BBC's Jonathan Blake talks to voters in the West Midlands constituency ahead of the by-election. (Dec 4 1:28am)