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.

active directory applications, financial reporting, document library administration, office administration, diagram creation tools, survey systems, timetable production, company performance dashboards, image library, equality impact assessment, ticket sales, bus and rail scheduling, management information systems, soap manufacturing, web reporting components, web charting components, contract compliance monitoring, time recording, solictor divorce system, purchasing systems, hr systems, property sales, educational administration, data publishing automation, visitor control, project monitoring, help desk performance, room booking, employee development monitoring
BBC News:
Labour: Save Liberty Steel before it goes bust
The government should step in to save thousands of steel supply chain jobs says Labour. (Apr 21 12:07am)
European Super League: All six Premier League teams withdraw from competition
All six Premier League teams involved in the European Super League formally withdraw from the competition. (Apr 21 5:20am)
Apple event: AirTag, iPad and iMac lead line-up
Apple unveiled its version of a tile tracker to locate lost items, designed with privacy in mind. (Apr 20 8:00pm)
Shanghai Auto Show: Five electric car brands to look out for in China
Robin Brant talks through five companies showcasing electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show. (Apr 21 12:11am)
Netflix: Shares plunge as subscribers switch off
Netflix said the pandemic disrupted its production pipeline and has forecast fewer new subscribers. (Apr 21 4:05am)
No new smart motorways without additional safety measures
Any motorway without a hard shoulder will need to have radar technology to detect stopped vehicles. (Apr 20 9:06pm)
Asda takeover 'could lead to higher petrol prices'
Prices could rise in some parts of the UK after the supermarket's takeover, the competition watchdog says. (Apr 20 12:29pm)
M&S hits back at Aldi's Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake revival
Aldi brings back its controversial cake for charity, but M&S says it should use its own character. (Apr 20 3:11pm)
Major property fund to unlock investors' money
M&G's £2bn UK commercial property fund will resume in May, having been suspended since December 2019. (Apr 20 2:54pm)
Wedding industry 'ramping up expectations' for big day, says Bishop
The Bishop of London's call for smaller-scale weddings is criticised as "cruel" by the industry. (Apr 20 5:10pm)
Under-35s bearing brunt of jobs crisis
Some 635,000 people under 35 came off company payrolls in the year to March, official figures show. (Apr 20 9:56am)
Primark shopper numbers 'back to pre-Covid levels'
Despite a surge at reopened stores in England and Wales, the chain lost £1.1bn in sales under lockdown. (Apr 20 9:04am)
Car insurance sees biggest price drop in six years
The average cost of car insurance has fallen by £87 in 12 months, according to new data. (Apr 20 2:16am)
Tesco fined £7.56m for selling out-of-date food in Birmingham
Offending items were found at three stores in Birmingham between 2016 and 2017. (Apr 19 7:06pm)
UK government intervenes in Nvidia takeover of chip designer Arm
The government is to examine Nvidia's planned purchase of the UK firm on national security grounds. (Apr 19 3:41pm)
London Capital and Finance: Treasury expects £120m compensation bill
The government says an estimated 8,800 bondholders of the collapsed scheme will receive a share of the money. (Apr 19 3:03pm)
Bank of England to consider digital money plan
The Bank and the Treasury set up a taskforce to examine how a central bank digital currency would work. (Apr 19 4:02pm)
HSBC boss Noel Quinn scraps executive floor at London HQ
Bank chief Noel Quinn says the "new reality of life" is people will not be in the office five days a week. (Apr 19 2:30pm)
Mortgage scheme launched for 5% deposits
First-time buyers will get cheaper deals if they can stretch to a bigger deposit, analysts say. (Apr 19 12:35pm)
Is the Australia-NZ travel bubble the way ahead?
Australia and New Zealand have quarantine-free travel, but will other countries follow their lead? (Apr 21 1:45am)
Could electric tattoos be the next step in body art?
Researchers are experimenting with thin, flexible circuits that can be transferred to the skin. (Apr 20 12:08am)