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.

solictor divorce system, data publishing automation, equality impact assessment, management information systems, bus and rail scheduling, room booking, property sales, web reporting components, company performance dashboards, hr systems, educational administration, employee development monitoring, project monitoring, visitor control, time recording, soap manufacturing, active directory applications, document library administration, image library, financial reporting, contract compliance monitoring, timetable production, office administration, purchasing systems, help desk performance, diagram creation tools, survey systems, ticket sales, web charting components
BBC News:
GCSE and A-level results 'could be affected by bias'
GCSE and A-level students in England could get poor grades due to bias from teachers, say MPs (Jul 11 6:19am)
Coronavirus: Labour calls for clarity over face coverings in England
The government is considering making face coverings mandatory in shops in England, sources say. (Jul 11 6:14am)
Nóra Quoirin death: Malaysian authorities to begin inquest in August
The family of the teenager who died in Malaysia in August last year have campaigned for an inquest. (Jul 11 3:08am)
MoD announces measures to tackle 'unacceptable' discrimination
A 24-hour helpline and training on how to call out inappropriate behaviour are part of the plans. (Jul 11 4:02am)
Iron Age 'mystery' murder victim found in Wendover HS2 dig
A Stonehenge-style wooden formation and a lead-lined Roman burial are also among the finds. (Jul 11 12:04am)
Coronavirus: Downturn must not increase north-south divide, Labour warns
Labour urges the government not to leave regions behind after the PM promised to "level up" the country. (Jul 11 3:24am)
Coronavirus: Holiday homes in Wales reopen after lockdown
Holidaymakers are due to arrive at cottages and caravans in Wales for the first time since March. (Jul 11 12:03am)
Coronavirus: Taxpayers to lose billions to virus fraud - report
Fraud and error could cost the government between £1.3bn and £7.9bn, a think tank estimates. (Jul 11 3:52am)
Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail due to 'significant' coronavirus risk
The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. (Jul 10 9:13pm)
Leicester lockdown factories 'almost doubled staff' during Covid-19
A whistleblower in Leicester says demand for cheap clothing left workers exposed to Covid-19. (Jul 10 5:22pm)
Shropshire maternity scandal: Hundreds more cases under review
Inquiry into care by NHS trust is now assessing about 1,500 cases, the BBC learns. (Jul 10 5:00pm)
EasyJet 'using sickness records to decide job cuts'
Pilots say the airline will include sick days when assessing job losses - a claim EasyJet rejects. (Jul 10 4:11pm)
Coronavirus lockdown: Parents 'frustrated' by birth registration delays
Parents say it is frustrating to wait months to register their babies, as councils face large backlogs. (Jul 10 8:58pm)
Coronavirus: Lockdown song written by Cardiff children
Schoolchildren sing about their worries for relatives and wanting to see friends again. (Jul 11 12:01am)
Coronavirus: Welsh pubs and cafes to reopen indoors on 3 August
Wales had been the only part of the UK not to set a date for the reopening of indoor hospitality. (Jul 10 7:00pm)
Coronavirus: Face coverings now compulsory in Scotland's shops
In a bid to suppress coronavirus, people in Scotland must now cover their face when they enter shops. (Jul 10 2:48pm)
Micheál Martin: Irish PM 'concerned about GB-Ireland travel'
Micheál Martin says he stands over advice that warns against travel off the island of Ireland. (Jul 10 2:24pm)
Coronavirus: When can I go to the gym, nail salon, tattoo studio or pool?
As lockdown eases, more activities will soon be allowed. (Jul 10 11:54am)
Coronavirus: Evening update as No 10 considers face coverings in shops rule
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday evening. (Jul 10 5:50pm)
Coronavirus: Who should wear a face mask or face covering?
Face coverings are compulsory on public transport in England and Scotland. (Jul 10 6:22pm)
Coronavirus: Can I get travel insurance and what are my travel rights?
As quarantine rules are relaxed, holidays are back on the agenda but will your insurance cover you? (Jul 10 8:56am)