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.

ticket sales, project monitoring, employee development monitoring, management information systems, purchasing systems, educational administration, help desk performance, property sales, image library, equality impact assessment, web reporting components, document library administration, soap manufacturing, data publishing automation, time recording, financial reporting, office administration, bus and rail scheduling, hr systems, room booking, diagram creation tools, visitor control, solictor divorce system, timetable production, contract compliance monitoring, web charting components, survey systems, company performance dashboards, active directory applications
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'Huge business rate rise' for small firms
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BMW headquarters searched by EU investigators
EU investigators are looking into allegations of a cartel involving BMW and four other German car giants. (Oct 20 8:20pm)
Government borrowing at lowest September level for 10 years
The figures were the third straight month in which UK public finances were better than analysts forecast. (Oct 20 12:21pm)
Rail firms 'consider' railcard for 26 to 30-year-olds
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Nissan halts production in Japan over inspection concerns
The firm recalled 1.2 million cars in Japan because uncertified technicians performed final checks. (Oct 20 4:27am)
Kobe Steel uncovers more evidence of quality mistakes
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New Great Western Railway trains fixed after software upgrade
Four trains were removed from service on Wednesday due to glitches such as leaking air-con units. (Oct 20 1:13pm)
General Electric cuts profit outlook ahead of turnaround plan
The industrial giant also posts a quarterly loss ahead of the unveiling of a restructuring plan. (Oct 20 9:39pm)
Childcare costs rise up to seven times faster than wages
With childcare costs rising seven times faster than wages, mums say going to work is "absolutely pointless". (Oct 20 11:54am)
Mobile companies overcharging customers after contracts end
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InterContinental Hotels sales boosted by Europe tourism
InterContinental Hotels Group's revenue rises as tourists return to key markets after terror attacks. (Oct 20 10:33am)
Bank of England under fire for lack of diversity
The Treasury Committee seeks evidence on the Bank's efforts to improve its gender and ethnic mix. (Oct 20 7:45am)
Defence Secretary says Clyde shipyard's have 'certainty'
Sir Michael Fallon claimed no other industry had as much certainty as shipbuilders on the Clyde. (Oct 20 4:03pm)
How the paper clip became a million dollar idea
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Liberia's economy relies heavily on money sent home by family members living abroad. (Oct 20 12:39pm)
The app helping people navigating Ghana's nameless streets
A lack of postal addresses in Ghana has prompted authorities to introduce a digital solution. (Oct 20 10:55am)
Universal credit: Tory peer criticises 'insane' wait for payments
Next boss and Tory peer Lord Wolfson says a six-week wait for benefit payments "must be wrong". (Oct 20 12:27pm)
How does this look? Be your own virtual make-up artist
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