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.

timetable production, management information systems, room booking, office administration, help desk performance, contract compliance monitoring, data publishing automation, document library administration, project monitoring, educational administration, time recording, image library, hr systems, purchasing systems, survey systems, web reporting components, solictor divorce system, visitor control, employee development monitoring, property sales, active directory applications, bus and rail scheduling, company performance dashboards, web charting components, soap manufacturing, diagram creation tools, ticket sales, equality impact assessment, financial reporting
BBC News:
Shazam! Apple buys music recognition app
Rivalry against Spotify and augmented reality ambitions are two possible reasons for the takeover. (Dec 11 5:09pm)
Mortgage safety net 'disappearing'
Help for those struggling to meet home loan repayments will largely vanish by 2022, a report says. (Dec 11 1:17pm)
ATM operator Cardtronics UK plans cash machine cuts
Cardtronics says a planned industry shake-up could make free-to-use ATMs "unsustainable". (Dec 11 1:09pm)
Labour may move parts of Bank of England to Birmingham
A report commissioned by Labour claims banks are failing to lend to growing sectors in the regions. (Dec 11 1:23pm)
HP laptops found to have hidden keylogger
A researcher finds more than 460 models have the hidden software pre-installed. (Dec 11 11:27am)
HSBC prosecution threat in US lifted
The bank's five-year probation in the US that followed allegations of Mexican money laundering is over. (Dec 11 11:26am)
Bitcoin futures trading begins on CBOE exchange in Chicago
Bitcoin rises 17% to above $18,000 on its futures debut, a move seen as legitimising the currency. (Dec 11 11:39am)
Help to Save scheme to start slowly
The system offers a 50% government top-up to low-income working people on certain benefits. (Dec 11 3:00pm)
Major Forties oil pipeline to be closed for repairs
The Forties pipeline's owner Ineos says that, despite pressure being reduced, a crack has extended. (Dec 11 6:19pm)
Food banks expected to help 'record number of children'
Biggest food bank charity predicts record demand this Christmas, with Coventry the busiest city. (Dec 11 2:07pm)
Lactalis baby milk in global recall over salmonella fears
Britain and China are among the countries affected by the recall of baby milk formula products. (Dec 11 4:34am)
Qatar buys 24 Eurofighter Typhoon jets in £6bn deal
The move will help safeguard thousands of jobs at BAE Systems, mainly at Warton in Lancashire. (Dec 10 6:17pm)
Ban pension cold-calling now, MPs demand
MPs warn a crackdown on pension cold-calling may not happen until 2020 unless ministers take action. (Dec 11 12:10am)
Inflation tracker: Will you feel the pinch this Christmas?
From smoked salmon to smartphones, 2017 is shaping up to be an expensive Christmas for consumers. (Dec 11 12:08am)
UK inventors claim funding rules hold them back
Garden shed inventors talk about the challenges they face to get government funding for their ideas. (Dec 11 1:12pm)
Stefano Tresca: 'Fight your battles on a single front'
CEO Secrets: Tech start-ups should concentrate on their core business and fight on one front at a time, says Stefano Tresca (Dec 11 12:22am)
Brexit: What still needs to be worked out?
As the first phase of talks come to an end, what's been agreed and what is still to come? (Dec 9 10:18am)
The woman making money from food porn
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Why, the award-winning musician and front-man for the Black Eyed Peas is collaborating with coders. (Dec 8 11:28am)
New safety systems for London's trams
The BBC's Richard Westcott looks at Transport for London's warning systems aimed at stopping tram drivers dozing off. (Dec 8 1:21pm)
Fake goods worth millions seized ahead of Christmas
The Border Force warns shoppers to be on the look-out for counterfeit products. (Dec 8 12:04am)