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, room booking, visitor control, soap manufacturing, ticket sales, solictor divorce system, employee development monitoring, data publishing automation, web reporting components, help desk performance, hr systems, timetable production, contract compliance monitoring, bus and rail scheduling, active directory applications, project monitoring, equality impact assessment, property sales, time recording, management information systems, company performance dashboards, diagram creation tools, financial reporting, purchasing systems, educational administration, image library, web charting components, document library administration, office administration
BBC News:
Bonmarché collapses into administration
More than 1,500 jobs are at risk following the collapse of the women's fashion chain. (Dec 2 12:11pm)
EasyJet to charge for overhead luggage lockers
Customers who want to use overhead storage must buy more expensive tickets, the airline says. (Dec 2 12:35pm)
Will vaccine save the UK economy?
Vaccines could give businesses the confidence to invest, stopping job cuts and closures. (Dec 2 12:45pm)
Tesco to repay £585m in business rates relief after payout backlash
The move comes after Tesco was criticised for paying dividends to shareholders. (Dec 2 1:24pm)
Debenhams website overwhelmed as shoppers swoop on sales
The 242-year-old department has started a clearance sale after it said it would permanently close. (Dec 2 10:58am)
Shop workers crisis: 'I wake up worried about my job'
Young people working in retail have been hard hit by the collapse of some of the UK's biggest chains. (Dec 2 12:01am)
Nike's diversity advert causing a backlash in Japan
The sportswear giant is facing criticism online, but it could work in its favour with more sales. (Dec 2 3:17am)
Brexit: HMRC to take 'sympathetic' customs approach from 1 January
HMRC is "aware" many businesses are not yet clear about forthcoming Brexit rules on Irish Sea trade. (Dec 2 11:45am)
Christmas: Shops offer early festive discounts in battle for survival
Shop prices are falling in the run-up to Christmas as retailers race to clear stock, a report says. (Dec 2 12:02am)
Debenhams: Over 200 years of history
The ailing department store chain is set to close, marking its final chapter after nearly 250 years. (Dec 2 12:01am)
Singapore approves lab-grown 'chicken' meat
The city state is the world's first country to approve Eat Just's "breakthrough" chicken nuggets. (Dec 2 6:36am)
Slack sold to business software giant for $27.7bn
The workplace messaging app's sale comes as the pandemic has increased the focus on remote work. (Dec 2 3:07am)
Brexit: Dairy giant Arla warns of price rise if no deal
The dairy farmers' co-operative, which owns Cravdendale and Lurpak, imports about 15% of its products. (Dec 1 10:37pm)
England lockdown end date confusion: Did government 'mess up?'
Business owners say contradictory government guidance means they did not know when they could reopen. (Dec 1 8:55pm)
Debenhams set to close putting 12,000 jobs at risk
The move comes after the failure of last-ditch efforts to rescue the ailing department store chain. (Dec 1 6:30pm)
What went wrong at Debenhams?
The pandemic pushed the retailer into liquidation, but its problems go back much further. (Dec 1 2:28pm)
Price of first class stamps to rise 9p to 85p
The price rise will take effect on 1 January when the cost of a second class stamp will rise 1p to 66p. (Dec 1 6:45pm)
Covid-19: Traders hope shoppers return for Christmas after lockdown
Businesses hope for a positive few weeks before Christmas as they reopen after lockdown. (Dec 2 12:36am)
The rollercoaster ride of Scotland's first gold mine
Production is now under way at Cononish in the west of Scotland after decades of setbacks for prospectors. (Dec 2 12:09am)
A brief history of Topshop: From basement to high-street empire
Topshop owner Arcadia could collapse, here's a look back at some of the shop's key moments. (Nov 30 4:50pm)
Why shops are going over to the 'dark' side
Some retailers are converting stores into mini-distribution hubs in response to Covid-19. (Dec 1 12:07am)