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.

project monitoring, visitor control, hr systems, educational administration, office administration, help desk performance, survey systems, time recording, property sales, equality impact assessment, employee development monitoring, financial reporting, room booking, contract compliance monitoring, document library administration, data publishing automation, solictor divorce system, company performance dashboards, soap manufacturing, web reporting components, bus and rail scheduling, purchasing systems, management information systems, image library, timetable production, active directory applications, web charting components, ticket sales, diagram creation tools
BBC News:
Tinder to add panic button and anti-catfishing tech
The move comes after criticism over the lack of safety issues offered by dating apps. (Jan 24 4:52am)
John Stumpf: Ex-Wells Fargo boss pays $17.5m to settle charges
John Stumpf has also been banned from working for US national banks after a fake accounts scandal. (Jan 24 2:11am)
HS2 risks not priced in at the start, say auditors
No-one took full account of how complex the project was going to be, says the spending watchdog. (Jan 24 12:11am)
Tesco to ditch plastic-wrap for multipack tins
Supermarket giant says the change will remove 350 tonnes of plastic from the environment. (Jan 24 12:39am)
Co-op faces equal pay claims from shop workers
More than 400 claimants have launched an equal pay action against the supermarket chain. (Jan 24 12:15am)
George Soros: Trump is 'a conman and a narcissist'
The billionaire launches an attack on US President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Xinping. (Jan 23 11:07pm)
Bosses set out immigration priorities after Brexit
Industry groups band together to call for flexibility for skilled workers to enter the UK. (Jan 24 12:12am)
Morrisons supermarket axes 3,000 managers in huge shake-up
But the supermarket says it will create 7,000 hourly-paid roles as part of a major restructuring. (Jan 23 6:54pm)
No time off for grieving: 'Inside I was screaming'
Bereavement leave for parents came too late for Ian Bainbridge, whose son was stillborn five years ago. (Jan 23 10:52pm)
Davos secret ranking: I'd love to see where I am
Reports suggest the conference categorises its most elite delegates numerically from one to seven. (Jan 23 1:18pm)
Greta Thunberg: US treasury chief attacks activist
Steven Mnuchin tells the activist to study economics after she told investors to exit fossil fuels. (Jan 23 11:01am)
Isabel dos Santos: Banker found dead in Lisbon
He managed the account of Angola's state oil firm Sonangol, once chaired by Africa's richest woman. (Jan 23 6:09pm)
Asos sells a black dress a second on Black Friday
The online fashion retailer says its performance is improving after supply problems last year. (Jan 23 11:03am)
Coronavirus: Taobao warns firms not to profit from outbreak
Online giant Taobao tells sellers of protective gear not to take advantage of the outbreak. (Jan 23 11:05am)
Tesla overtakes Volkswagen as value hits $100bn
Tesla sold more than 367,000 cars last year, just a fraction of its competitors. (Jan 22 9:46pm)
'Emotional support' animals on planes under threat
Passengers have attempted to bring increasingly exotic animals on board flights. (Jan 23 7:53am)
PwC executive leaves firm after Dos Santos revelations
Executive leaves the firm after PwC links revealed with the former Angolan president's daughter. (Jan 22 6:25pm)
Trade tensions rise as US threatens car tariffs
The US has warned it could start taxing UK car exports if UK's tech tax goes ahead. (Jan 22 8:03pm)
Lloyds joins crowd with new 40% overdraft rates
Customers will be charged "personalised" overdraft rates of up to 49.9% from April, but most will pay 39.9%. (Jan 22 4:20pm)
Davos 2020: Can Formula 1 really go 'carbon neutral' by 2030?
Can Formula 1 motor racing really go 'carbon neutral' by 2030? (Jan 23 7:00pm)
CEO Secrets Nico Rosberg: Mange the hell out of time
Formula 1 star and entrepreneur Nico Rosberg shares his business advice in a special edition of CEO Secrets from the World Economic Forum in Davos. (Jan 22 10:16pm)