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.

data publishing automation, diagram creation tools, timetable production, hr systems, solictor divorce system, company performance dashboards, financial reporting, soap manufacturing, time recording, help desk performance, contract compliance monitoring, room booking, document library administration, image library, ticket sales, project monitoring, office administration, management information systems, web reporting components, bus and rail scheduling, property sales, equality impact assessment, survey systems, purchasing systems, active directory applications, visitor control, educational administration, web charting components, employee development monitoring
BBC News:
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Twitter said the stunt was misleading to the public and would not be tolerated in future - but did not take any direct action. (Nov 20 12:45am)
Amazon gets closer to getting Alexa everywhere
Alexa chief discusses plans to make the virtual assistant more useful when used outside the home. (Nov 20 12:21am)
Arron Banks' private messages leaked by hacker
The founder of Leave.EU's Twitter account has been breached and messages spanning years leaked. (Nov 19 5:54pm)
Can Valve tempt gamers to try virtual reality?
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Snapchat says it will fact-check political ads
The policy distinguishes the platform from other tech giants such as Twitter and Facebook. (Nov 19 2:08pm)
'Rude' robot able to distract gamers
Gamers make fewer rational decisions when faced with insults - even from robots, a study suggests. (Nov 19 1:45pm)
Thousands flock to Wikipedia founder's 'Facebook rival'
Jimmy Wales says his new social network, WT:Social, now has more than 160,000 members. (Nov 18 5:28pm)
TSB lacked common sense before IT meltdown, says report
Some customers were left without online banking access for several weeks after the problems last year. (Nov 19 12:24pm)
New WhatsApp security concern: India cyber cell advises update
In a statement, WhatsApp said that it had no reason to believe that users phones were affected. (Nov 19 10:57pm)
Why Google Stadia is a 'leap forward' for gaming, according to its boss
The tech giant's boss Phil Harrison believes its new service Stadia is a "leap forward" for gaming. (Nov 19 12:17am)
Scientists create slippery toilet coating that stops poo sticking
Scientists say ultra-slippery toilet coating could save a huge amount of water across the planet. (Nov 19 1:57am)
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Huge inflatable breast outside Facebook HQ
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Jet suit inventor breaks speed record off Brighton beach
Richard Browning says he wants to show how the technology had improved since his previous record. (Nov 14 1:54pm)
UK's first full-size 'driverless' bus tested in Glasgow
The UK's first full-size 'driverless' bus is tested in Glasgow. (Nov 13 3:44pm)
Could 'invisible barcodes' revolutionise recycling?
A pilot is in progress to see if invisible barcodes on packaging can improve recycling rates. (Nov 14 12:03am)
Adobe readies for the age of smart glasses and deepfakes
Richard Taylor looks at what is new at the LA Adobe Max Creative Conference for BBC Click. (Nov 13 12:49am)
How China plans to lead the computer chip industry
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle. (Nov 19 12:05am)
Will fibre broadband be obsolete by 2030 - and what about 5G?
Labour promises to give every home in the UK full-fibre internet if it wins the general election. (Nov 15 3:06pm)
Election 2019: What big tech isn't telling us about ads
Exploring the gaps in the political advertising databases provided by the tech giants. (Nov 15 1:36am)
Should we be worried by ever more CCTV cameras?
The global surveillance market continues to grow at a fast pace, led by Chinese technology. (Nov 18 12:11am)