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.

survey systems, document library administration, employee development monitoring, contract compliance monitoring, time recording, management information systems, visitor control, company performance dashboards, property sales, web charting components, data publishing automation, purchasing systems, web reporting components, diagram creation tools, solictor divorce system, educational administration, financial reporting, image library, office administration, help desk performance, room booking, active directory applications, ticket sales, bus and rail scheduling, equality impact assessment, project monitoring, soap manufacturing, hr systems, timetable production
BBC News:
Mutiny Festival death: Mum's grief at losing 'little girl'
Janine Milburn hopes the death of her "little girl" at a festival will deter others from taking drugs. (May 27 7:37pm)
Arlene Foster: Irish abortion vote has no impact on NI law
The DUP leader says the legislation governing abortion is for the NI Assembly to debate and decide. (May 27 10:04pm)
Biggest Weekend: Taylor Swift plays the hits then runs in Swansea
The US pop star plays a brief, but hit-packed, show at the BBC Music Biggest Weekend festival. (May 27 9:15pm)
Champions League final: Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius 'infinitely sorry' for mistakes
Liverpool keeper Loris Karius says he is "infinitely sorry" after his two mistakes helped Real Madrid beat the Reds in the Champions League final. (May 27 7:52pm)
Jeremy Corbyn urged to give Labour members a say on Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure from some Momentum members for a Labour conference debate and vote. (May 27 5:06pm)
Stanway house roof destroyed by lightning
A neighbour heard a massive bang after the house was struck in the early hours of the morning. (May 27 12:55pm)
Fewer offenders should be locked up, says minister
Prisoners released on licence could instead fill labour shortages caused by Brexit, a minister says. (May 27 2:51pm)
Teen murder victim Louis-Ryan Menezes 'stabbed in chest'
Three people who had been arrested in connection with the death have been released without charge. (May 27 4:55pm)
Storms cause flash flooding across Birmingham
Homes have been flooded and cars were left under water in parts of the city after heavy rain. (May 27 8:14pm)
Boy, 15, charged with murdering teenager
The victim, also a 15-year-old boy, died of stab wounds to the chest. (May 27 1:12pm)
Three large wildfires break out in Highlands
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is tackling blazes in Skye, Strathcarron and Torridon. (May 27 5:14pm)
Chris Froome wins Giro d'Italia to claim historic Grand Tour treble
Chris Froome becomes the first Briton to win the Giro d'Italia and only the seventh man to claim all three Grand Tour titles. (May 27 6:19pm)
Storms cause heavy flooding in Birmingham
West Midlands Police is warning people to avoid driving in the city. (May 27 9:56pm)
Electrical storms light up UK skies
Some of the best footage of last night's light show and the 15,000 lightning strikes that came with it. (May 27 10:52am)
Biggest Weekend: Liam Payne on his 'dad bod' and Bear's birthday
Ahead of his performance at the BBC's Biggest Weekend, pop star Liam Payne discussed his "dad bod" and the first birthday of his son, Bear Payne. (May 26 6:15pm)
Female sommelier on wine tasting and mansplaining
Abigail Connolly is among a small number of women breaking into the male-dominated world of wine. (May 27 12:29am)
Jeremy Thorpe: The true story of A Very English Scandal
A look at the downfall of Jeremy Thorpe, played by Hugh Grant in BBC drama A Very English Scandal. (May 27 1:32am)
Clothing entrepreneur 'made first million at 16'
Dhillan Bhardwaj's clothes have been worn by celebrities, including Miley Cyrus. (May 26 12:31am)
The dogs paddleboarding with owners on Whitlingham Broad
A "community" of four-legged friends take to the water on stand-up paddleboards with their owners. (May 27 10:05am)
BBC News Channel
BBC coverage of latest developments (Apr 30 8:03am)
Busking goes cashless with 'a world first' for London
London introduces a contactless payment scheme for buskers that allows tap-to-pay donations. (May 27 3:37pm)