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.

financial reporting, visitor control, web charting components, company performance dashboards, image library, survey systems, time recording, data publishing automation, management information systems, office administration, hr systems, purchasing systems, project monitoring, property sales, web reporting components, timetable production, ticket sales, equality impact assessment, contract compliance monitoring, document library administration, diagram creation tools, employee development monitoring, room booking, educational administration, solictor divorce system, active directory applications, help desk performance, bus and rail scheduling, soap manufacturing
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The two leaders also lock horns over the NHS and leadership in the first TV debate of the election. (Nov 19 9:59pm)
General election 2019: Lib Dems promise 20,000 more teachers
They party proposes an extra £10bn a year for schools in England, taken from a £50bn "Remain bonus". (Nov 19 11:44pm)
Election debate: Conservatives criticised for renaming Twitter profile 'factcheckUK'
Twitter said the stunt was misleading to the public and would not be tolerated in future - but did not take any direct action. (Nov 20 12:45am)
Oxford Union debate: President resigns over blind student row
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Freelancers should be paid higher minimum wage, says think tank
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Jose Mourinho closing in on Spurs job
Former Manchester United and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is in talks to replace Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager. (Nov 19 11:46pm)
Prince Andrew: Standard Chartered bank cuts ties with duke's scheme
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Euromillions £105m jackpot won by UK ticket-holder
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Ilford stabbing: Man killed in fight outside flats
The 19-year-old was found with fatal stab wounds by police in east London. (Nov 20 1:39am)
Music streaming market 'needs more choice'
Music fans deserve more options and choices from streaming services, says a new report. (Nov 20 1:01am)
Amazon and eBay criticised for 'unsafe toys'
A Which? investigation found toys listed on both sites which appeared to have been declared unsafe by the EU. (Nov 20 12:01am)
Jack the Ripper victims' biography wins book prize
Hallie Rubenhold wins non-fiction prize for book on five "ordinary women" who fell on "hard times". (Nov 19 10:44pm)
General election 2019 debate: Corbyn and Johnson fact-checked
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed in the first leaders' debate, we've been looking into some of their claims. (Nov 19 10:56pm)
Election debate: Five things from Johnson v Corbyn head-to-head
We look at the big moments from the party leaders' first TV debate in the run up to the general election. (Nov 19 10:36pm)
Election debate: How did it play out online?
As Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson faced off on ITV, their supporters clashed online. (Nov 19 10:41pm)
General election 2019: How to register to vote, when is the deadline and other questions
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General Election 2019: Greens pledge zero carbon by 2030 in manifesto
The party wants to spend £100bn a year on tackling climate change - and calls for a new EU referendum. (Nov 19 10:56am)
General Election 2019: Tory £1.2 trillion Labour spending claim fact-checked
The Conservative Party claims Labour's spending plans would cost an extra £1.2tn over the next five years. (Nov 19 5:05pm)
General election 2019: Income tax rise will boost NHS budget - Lib Dems
The penny rise would allow it to match Labour's NHS front-line spending plans, the party says. (Nov 19 3:50pm)
Britain's 'unprecedented' drug shortage
File on 4 looks at the impact Britain's medicine shortage crisis is having on patients. (Nov 19 2:03am)
I won the lottery at 22, here's what happened next
It's 25 years since the first ever National Lottery - we speak to someone who's won it. (Nov 19 1:18pm)