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.

office administration, management information systems, diagram creation tools, project monitoring, purchasing systems, web reporting components, image library, company performance dashboards, financial reporting, timetable production, room booking, survey systems, time recording, bus and rail scheduling, document library administration, soap manufacturing, solictor divorce system, ticket sales, educational administration, employee development monitoring, data publishing automation, help desk performance, hr systems, visitor control, active directory applications, property sales, equality impact assessment, web charting components, contract compliance monitoring
BBC News:
Asda: UK billionaire brothers edge ahead in race to buy supermarket
The Issa brothers and TDR Capital are the preferred bidders to buy the UK supermarket chain from Walmart. (Sep 28 4:29pm)
Uber spared from London ban despite 'historical failings'
The firm gets a new licence to work in the capital after a court says it has addressed safety issues. (Sep 28 12:53pm)
US squeezes China's biggest chip-maker SMIC
The commerce department writes to suppliers, warning of risks linked to the Chinese military. (Sep 28 3:00pm)
Aldi looks at online move as shopping habits change
The pandemic hasn’t been easy for the discounters with no online food. Could Aldi go digital? (Sep 28 7:20am)
Fashion brands design 'waist-up' clothing for video calls
Milan Fashion Week saw designers showcasing logos on necklines and statement jewellery. (Sep 28 3:30pm)
William Hill: Caesars Palace-owner in 'advanced' talks over £2.9bn offer
Owner of the famed Las Vegas casino reveals its hand as one of two possible bidders for the UK firm. (Sep 28 9:17am)
Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017' - NY Times
The New York Times alleges years of tax avoidance, a claim the US president calls “fake news”. (Sep 28 7:17pm)
Movers 'more likely to buy than first-time buyers'
The coronavirus crisis is changing the dynamic in the UK housing market, researchers suggest. (Sep 28 12:12am)
TikTok: US judge halts app store ban
The video-sharing app gets a last-minute reprieve from being taken off app stores in the US. (Sep 28 3:18am)
Michael Gove: Brexit provisions to stay in Internal Market Bill
The EU wants to see parts of the Internal Market Bill removed, but the UK says the disputed clauses are a "safety net". (Sep 28 4:53pm)
Negative interest rates: Bank of England policymaker defends plan
Silvana Tenreyro said evidence from countries that have introduced the policy was “encouraging”. (Sep 27 10:23am)
Coronavirus: David Lammy warns that people are 'bubbling out of pubs' due to curfew
Shadow justice secretary David Lammy says drinkers are likely to continue their night together at home. (Sep 27 5:19pm)
Brexit trade talks: Deal can and must be made, says CBI boss
The head of the Confederation of British Industry urges a "spirit of compromise" as trade talks resume. (Sep 27 12:46am)
EasyJet 'hanging by a thread', says union official
The airline disputes the claims made in a leaked recording obtained by the BBC. (Sep 26 6:00am)
Thomas Cook staff: Redundant twice in a year
A year on from the firm’s collapse, many staff are still out of work while others have set up businesses. (Sep 25 10:23pm)
Coronavirus: Shoppers lost £100m in vouchers expiring in lockdown - Which?
A quarter of people had vouchers that expired when shops were shut, a survey by Which? suggests. (Sep 26 1:23am)
High Street hopefuls: The people opening new shops
The entrepreneurs opening High Street businesses during Covid when others have closed or gone digital. (Sep 28 12:14am)
Local food heroes: Tesco teams up with Olio
Supermarket chain Tesco has teamed up with the food-sharing app Olio in a bid to reduce food waste. (Sep 28 12:01am)
My Money: 'Hollie thinks she spent less than me'
Jay and Hollie from Liverpool take us through their week's spending. (Sep 27 12:57am)
'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'
China plans a digital version of its currency, which some say could become a big global payment system. (Sep 25 12:16am)
Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income? (Sep 24 4:35pm)