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.

contract compliance monitoring, soap manufacturing, property sales, document library administration, financial reporting, hr systems, web reporting components, data publishing automation, solictor divorce system, management information systems, visitor control, time recording, active directory applications, bus and rail scheduling, room booking, diagram creation tools, web charting components, educational administration, ticket sales, image library, survey systems, employee development monitoring, project monitoring, equality impact assessment, help desk performance, purchasing systems, timetable production, company performance dashboards, office administration
BBC News:
Instagram: Video selfies trial to verify age of teens
The Meta-owned app is trialling new verification methods to ensure teens meet platform age rules. (Jun 24 2:23pm)
Two killed as Nio electric car falls from third floor office in Shanghai
Pictures show a gaping hole in the side of car maker Nio's Shanghai HQ, and a smashed vehicle below. (Jun 24 4:28am)
Toyota recalls electric cars over concerns about loose wheels
The bZ4X is the Japanese motor industry giant's first mass-produced all-electric vehicle. (Jun 24 5:18am)
Period tracking apps warning over Roe v Wade case in US
Digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation says women must know how their data is being used. (May 7 1:11am)
Netflix cuts 300 more jobs after subscriptions fall
In April the streaming giant reported its first subscriber loss in more than a decade. (Jun 23 8:57pm)
New Tesla factories losing billions of dollars, Musk says
Elon Musk said the Covid-19 lockdown in Shanghai was "very difficult" for the electric car maker. (Jun 23 8:12am)
Twitter tests 'notes' feature with 2,500 word limit
The trial will allow some users to share "notes" beyond the normal 280-character limit for tweets. (Jun 22 11:57pm)
Meta board hears over a million appeals over removed posts
The Oversight Board, which oversees Facebook and Instagram, said only 47 were submitted by Meta itself. (Jun 22 4:04pm)
NHS warns of scam Covid-test texts
Fake messages tell recipients they have been in contact with a Covid case and should order a test. (Jun 22 12:48pm)
Chinese man jailed for sexual assault of Alibaba employee on work trip
The woman was assaulted after being made to drink on a work trip, and then fired after going public. (Jun 22 3:36pm)
Elon Musk: Billionaire's daughter cuts ties with her father
The tech billionaire's 18-year-old daughter has applied to legally change her name and gender. (Jun 21 1:52pm)
Can crumbling cookies sweeten UK data-protection plans?
Government proposals to move away from EU data-protection laws post-Brexit have had a mixed reaction. (Jun 20 4:46pm)
New rules proposed for buy now pay later
The loans are used by millions but ministers want checks on affordability and clearer advertising. (Jun 20 5:04pm)
Big Tech must deal with disinformation or face fines, says EU
Tighter EU rules will demand firms such as Google and Meta tackle disinformation on their platforms. (Jun 18 1:05am)
Apple store workers vote to form first US union
The move by employees in Towson, Maryland, is the latest in a string of high-profile union campaigns in the US. (Jun 19 3:51am)
Bitcoin: Will El Salvador's big crypto gamble pay off?
The cryptocurrency crash is hurting many investors, including one country that has bet big on Bitcoin. (Jun 16 2:15am)
Apple battery lawsuit: Millions of iPhone users could get payouts in legal action
The tech giant is accused of secretly slowing down the performance of older models. (Jun 16 5:57pm)
Elon Musk hints at layoffs in first meeting with Twitter employees
The billionaire also discussed aliens in his first address to the social media firm's staff. (Jun 17 6:27am)
Microsoft retires Internet Explorer after 27 years
Internet Explorer, once the most popular web browser, will no longer be accessible for most users. (Jun 15 2:51pm)
Netflix plans real-life Squid Game reality TV show with $4.56m prize
It will see 456 contestants compete in a series of challenges inspired by the dystopian drama. (Jun 15 2:46am)
Bitcoin: Why is the largest cryptocurrency crashing?
The value of Bitcoin is at an 18-month low, as the cryptocurrency market continues to tumble. (Jun 14 2:34pm)