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.

room booking, educational administration, soap manufacturing, time recording, survey systems, diagram creation tools, visitor control, Marina administration, ticket sales, help desk performance, Robot maintenance scheduling, Marina administration, employee development monitoring, web reporting components, solictor divorce system, image library, project monitoring, bus and rail scheduling, contract compliance monitoring, financial reporting, document library administration, timetable production, Robot maintenance scheduling, office administration, company performance dashboards, web charting components, hr systems, purchasing systems, data publishing automation, management information systems, equality impact assessment, property sales, active directory applications
BBC News:
Inflation rate falls to lowest in almost three years
Prices rose at 2.3% in the year to April, down from 3.2% the month before, official figures said. (May 22 10:27am)
Ex-Post Office boss Paula Vennells cries in inquiry and admits evidence to MPs wasn't true
The former CEO also says she was not aware for several years that the Post Office was conducting its own prosecutions. (May 22 8:16am)
Ex-Post Office boss cries as admits incorrect evidence
Paula Vennells broke down several times during her evidence to the Horizon IT scandal inquiry. (May 22 4:32pm)
What went wrong for online car retailer Cazoo?
As Cazoo enters administration, we look at the rise and fall of the online used car retailer. (May 22 8:11am)
Taylor Swift and Olympics scams fuelling fraud
Money lost to fraud fell last year, but purchase and romance scams are on the rise. (May 22 1:15am)
Water firms ask for bill rises of between 24% and 91%
Southern Water wants to increase its bills by £436 a year, but is not expected to get approval. (May 21 3:41pm)
UK watchdog looking into Microsoft AI taking screenshots
The ICO wants to know the safeguards around Recall, which can take screengrabs of your screen every few seconds. (May 22 12:00am)
Rates should be cut to 3.5% by end of 2025, IMF says
The international body upgrades its UK growth forecast and says rates could fall to 4.5% by the end of 2024. (May 21 2:30pm)
Electricity grids creak as AI demands soar
Data centre electricity demand is forecast to double in four years, putting energy grids under pressure. (May 21 2:03am)
Food price rises 'returning to normal'
Grocery price inflation falls to its lowest since October 2021 but shoppers are still buying own-brand goods. (May 21 8:24am)
Industry bosses cast doubt on jobs 'bootcamp' plans
The plans will see benefit claimants get training for roles in sectors such as hospitality and care. (May 21 11:31am)
Children top up pocket money with extra work
Doing housework and developing side hustles is helping kids top up pocket money, a report claims. (May 21 1:59am)
BMW and Jaguar used banned China parts - US probe
The car makers used parts made by a supplier banned over alleged links to Chinese forced labour. (May 21 12:08pm)
Summer interest rate cut possible, says Bank deputy
Ben Broadbent's comments come ahead of data which is expected to show a fall in inflation. (May 20 2:22pm)
Ryanair sees rises in air fares easing over summer
Airline profits rise despite fuel costs as it warns deliveries of Boeing jets could be further delayed (May 20 2:31pm)
BT scraps digital landline switch deadline
BT has ditched its timetable to move landline customers from copper wire to digital. (May 20 1:03pm)
Pretty Little Thing warned over 'misleading' ads
The advertising watchdog says the ads "must not appear again" on the company's social media sites. (May 20 1:37pm)
China hits back at US and EU as trade rows deepen
Last week, Washington announce new tariffs on Chinese imports including electric cars and solar panels. (May 20 3:35am)
Who is Paula Vennells? Ex-Post Office boss in Horizon IT inquiry
The ordained priest who led the Post Office from 2012 to 2019 faces three days of questioning at the Horizon Inquiry. (May 20 7:45am)
Water investors have withdrawn billions, says research
A report suggests shareholders have taken billons but failed to invest as water bills look set to rise. (May 20 5:30pm)
Virgin Trains targets West Coast in return to rail
Virgin Group has applied for a licence to run trains on the route it lost to Avanti in 2019. (May 19 2:35pm)