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, visitor control, property sales, company performance dashboards, active directory applications, soap manufacturing, timetable production, web charting components, management information systems, bus and rail scheduling, data publishing automation, time recording, survey systems, purchasing systems, solictor divorce system, diagram creation tools, equality impact assessment, project monitoring, contract compliance monitoring, employee development monitoring, help desk performance, office administration, web reporting components, room booking, educational administration, financial reporting, image library, document library administration, hr systems
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The firm has been criticised for using algorithms not human judgment to curate the app. (Apr 25 8:00pm)
Facebook sales soar despite data scandal
The firm reports a near 50% revenue rise and says it is taking a broader review of its responsibilities. (Apr 25 10:11pm)
Amazon Alexa to reward kids who say: 'Please'
A good manners feature will praise children if they ask questions politely. (Apr 25 5:21pm)
Hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hack
Cyber-security researchers found a way to unlock rooms across the world without leaving a trace. (Apr 25 2:05pm)
WhatsApp to raise minimum age limit to 16 in EU
The messaging app is changing its rules ahead of the introduction of new data privacy regulations in May. (Apr 25 12:50am)
Google's Gmail gets self-destruct option ahead of GDPR
Google adds security measures to minimise the risk of data-protection breaches in its mail service. (Apr 25 1:04pm)
BuzzFeed partners with Netflix for documentary series
The series, which launches in July, will go behind-the-scenes as journalists pursue stories. (Apr 25 5:35pm)
Google gun emoji becomes water pistol
Facebook is expected to follow suit after internet giant falls into line with most other major platforms. (Apr 25 12:32pm)
'Facebook in PR crisis mode', says academic at heart of row
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TSB admits its internet banking woes are not over
Crisis-hit TSB said its internet bank is working at 50% capacity, leaving half of customers locked out. (Apr 25 4:56pm)
Canada developing quantum radar to detect stealth aircraft
The Canadian government has invested $2.7m in a project developed by the University of Waterloo. (Apr 24 6:23pm)
BBC iPlayer streams sport in 4K HDR for first time
A rugby match was livestreamed via iPlayer in a trial featuring the high-quality TV formats. (Apr 24 1:00pm)
Ransomware infects Ukraine energy ministry website
Hackers have taken Ukraine's energy ministry website offline, demanding a Bitcoin ransom to release encrypted files. (Apr 24 12:21pm)
YouTube publishes deleted videos report
The video-sharing website details the reasons why millions of videos have been removed. (Apr 24 12:27am)
Vodafone rated worst mobile provider by Which? survey
The mobile phone giant is ranked lowest for the seventh year in a row by consumer body Which?. (Apr 24 10:20am)
Chinese tech giants' sexist job ads exposed
Some adverts offered "men only" jobs while others wanted "trim" women applicants, Human Rights Watch found. (Apr 23 9:15pm)
'Nazi pug' video-maker has no regrets
Mark Meechan was fined £800 after teaching a dog to give a Nazi salute. (Apr 23 2:23pm)
Spotify tests filter to block swearing in songs
The trial feature skips explicit tracks but only works on Apple devices and lacks a parental lock. (Apr 23 7:34pm)
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A robot carried on to the pitch feeds panoramic live images and sound back to Jack McLinden's tablet. (Apr 23 8:53pm)
Police 'visit funeral home to unlock dead man's phone'
Police in Florida are criticised for allegedly entering a funeral home to use a dead man's finger to unlock his smartphone. (Apr 23 6:00pm)
Russia Telegram ban hits Google and Amazon services
Google and Amazon have been caught up in Russian attempts to block the Telegram messaging app. (Apr 23 2:05pm)