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.

bus and rail scheduling, employee development monitoring, equality impact assessment, image library, management information systems, solictor divorce system, time recording, web charting components, help desk performance, data publishing automation, contract compliance monitoring, active directory applications, diagram creation tools, room booking, office administration, soap manufacturing, purchasing systems, survey systems, visitor control, web reporting components, project monitoring, educational administration, property sales, ticket sales, financial reporting, hr systems, timetable production, document library administration, company performance dashboards
BBC News:
US motorists urged not to hoard fuel after pipeline attack
Some petrol stations run out of fuel in the US southeast as the Colonial Pipeline stays down. (May 12 12:10am)
Pet and shopping scams surge during pandemic
The BBC highlights ways to avoid fraud following a 44% rise in online shopping fraud during Covid. (May 12 12:16am)
TSB branches offer safe space for domestic abuse victims
The bank is joining a scheme where branches offer rooms to domestic abuse victims as a safe space to seek help. (May 12 12:16am)
'I was due an £82-a-week state pension but got nothing'
A 73-year old will now receive £20,000 in pension arrears as a report suggests many thousands more miss out. (May 12 12:17am)
Greensill: Watchdog to probe 'potentially criminal' collapse of firm
The financial watchdog has begun a probe into the Liberty Steel backer which collapsed in March. (May 11 8:01pm)
Uber and Lyft set to offer free rides to US vaccine sites
The White House highlights the upcoming offer of free trips in the US by the ride-hailing firms. (May 11 8:59pm)
Stock markets slide on fears of rising inflation
European and US markets fall amid worries that inflation is set to pick up. (May 11 9:34pm)
Queen's Speech: Government accused of 'rowing back' on workers' rights
Employers' groups and trade unions voice concern at the lack of an Employment Bill in the Queen's Speech. (May 11 4:30pm)
Pret a Manger heads to Tesco in battle for new customers
The sandwich chain will open cafes in some supermarkets in a bid to reach more people working from home. (May 11 11:16am)
Morrisons hails 'renaissance of the supermarket'
During the pandemic, Brits have enjoyed cooking at home more, the supermarket giant says. (May 11 8:57am)
Boeing's 737 Max aircraft under scrutiny again
The discovery of a potential electrical fault last month led to the renewed grounding of more than 100 planes. (May 11 12:04am)
Selfridges granted licence to host weddings
The store is one of several venues now allowed to host ceremonies as the wedding backlog reaches 320,000. (May 11 3:48pm)
'I can't read or write, but I can cook'
Professionals tell the BBC what it is like to struggle with reading and writing while at work. (May 11 12:05am)
Car insurance: 170,000 claims linked to 'crash for cash' gangs
Villagers are advised to be vigilant about Bradford and Birmingham, where scam hotspots are located. (May 11 12:05am)
Meituan: China tech giant's shares slide over ancient poem
Shares in Meituan slumped after its boss reportedly shared, then deleted, a Tang dynasty poem. (May 11 6:02am)
Apple's UK users deserve app price compensation, claim says
Legal action in the UK seeks compensation from Apple for high prices from a lack of competition. (May 11 1:03am)
US fuel pipeline hackers 'didn't mean to create problems'
The US has relaxed rules on fuel transport after a ransomware cyber-attack took the pipeline offline. (May 10 8:28pm)
HSBC to pilot Zoom-free Friday afternoons
The trial comes in an effort to tackle stress caused by working from home during the pandemic. (May 10 4:20pm)
Digital bank Monzo offers paid leave after pregnancy loss
Monzo and Channel 4 offer workers paid leave after pregnancy loss, such as miscarriage or abortion. (May 10 5:38pm)
'Fear of missing out' fuels record house prices in April
Average house prices have climbed almost £20,000 in the last year, hitting a record high in April. (May 10 10:15am)
Greggs profits set to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels
The bakery chain reports a strong recovery in sales since the easing of UK lockdown restrictions. (May 10 10:39am)