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.

office administration, hr systems, educational administration, room booking, data publishing automation, purchasing systems, image library, bus and rail scheduling, help desk performance, project monitoring, management information systems, visitor control, financial reporting, web charting components, company performance dashboards, property sales, solictor divorce system, web reporting components, ticket sales, diagram creation tools, equality impact assessment, survey systems, timetable production, soap manufacturing, contract compliance monitoring, document library administration, employee development monitoring, active directory applications, time recording
BBC News:
Murder inquiry after children die in fire
A murder investigation is under way after three children were killed in the blaze in Salford. (Dec 11 5:44pm)
Keith Chegwin: 'True telly legend' dies aged 60
The veteran TV presenter has died aged 60 after a long illness, his family says. (Dec 11 4:32pm)
UK snow: Freezing conditions hit evening rush hour
Commuters face travel disruption and ice, with temperatures set to hit -13C (9F) overnight. (Dec 11 6:33pm)
Harassment survey: 'I'm a waitress but I feel like a sex worker'
Two in five UK women say they have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour at work, a BBC survey finds. (Dec 11 6:00am)
Central Saint Martins refunds dramatic writing students
A top fashion university refunds 21 students after admitting the course fell short of expectations. (Dec 11 6:03pm)
Huntington’s breakthrough may stop disease
Scientists say it could be the biggest breakthrough in neurodegenerative diseases for 50 years. (Dec 11 1:34pm)
Major Forties oil pipeline to be closed for repairs
The Forties pipeline's owner Ineos says that, despite pressure being reduced, a crack has extended. (Dec 11 6:19pm)
Buckingham Palace arrest: Man held 'trying to climb wall'
Police said the man was arrested after he stepped over an outer fence and tried to climb a wall. (Dec 11 5:30pm)
Theresa May says Brexit deal 'good news' for all voters
Theresa May tells MPs the agreement should reassure both Leave and Remain supporters. (Dec 11 4:44pm)
Paying mothers incentivises breastfeeding, study finds
More than 10,000 new mums were offered up to £200 in shopping vouchers as encouragement to breastfeed. (Dec 11 4:02pm)
Grenfell Tower fire: Inquiry 'could bring measure of closure'
Hearing the voices of the bereaved and survivors is "of great importance", the lead counsel says. (Dec 11 5:38pm)
Major NHS trust put in special measures
Health regulator NHS Improvement announces the step after trust chairman, Lord Kerslake, resigns. (Dec 11 1:28pm)
Ipswich snowy scenes captured by drone footage
Heavy snow fell in Ipswich and elsewhere in Suffolk on Sunday. (Dec 10 9:09pm)
Why schools close for a snow day: A head teacher explains
Thousands of schools closed on Monday - but how tough a decision was it after heavy snowfalls? (Dec 11 5:21pm)
Igloo built in Redditch garden after heavy snow
The igloo took about eight hours to build on Sunday. (Dec 11 12:23pm)
David Davis: 'No deal means we won't be paying the money'
The Brexit secretary says if the UK fails to get a trade deal with the EU, it won't pay its divorce bill. (Dec 10 12:09pm)
Bradley Wiggins: Five-time Olympic cycling champion makes rowing debut
Bradley Wiggins - briefly distracted by what he thought was a false-start call - finishes 21st at the British Indoor Rowing Championships. (Dec 9 11:19pm)
What not to say to men who can’t have kids
Opening up about male infertility. (Dec 11 12:04am)
Virtual reality used to help adoptive parents
Experiencing a child's traumatic past could help parents understand their behaviour. (Dec 10 1:30am)
BBC News Channel
BBC coverage of latest developments (Nov 17 7:22am)
Doctor quoted £149 for 10-mile Uber trip
A hospital anaesthetist says Uber quoted up to £149 for a 10-mile trip to work. (Dec 11 5:26pm)