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.

bus and rail scheduling, solictor divorce system, company performance dashboards, survey systems, contract compliance monitoring, document library administration, room booking, hr systems, image library, employee development monitoring, management information systems, educational administration, diagram creation tools, time recording, project monitoring, help desk performance, office administration, data publishing automation, web reporting components, timetable production, soap manufacturing, ticket sales, financial reporting, equality impact assessment, web charting components, purchasing systems, active directory applications, property sales, visitor control
BBC News:
Covid: University students could be told jabs are required - Raab
There will be "advance warning" if vaccines become compulsory for halls, the foreign secretary says. (Jul 29 10:45am)
Under-25s exit furlough fastest as scheme nears end
The number of people on furlough is now at its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. (Jul 29 10:26am)
UK already undergoing disruptive climate change
Last year was the third warmest, fifth wettest and eighth sunniest on record in the UK, scientists warn. (Jul 29 8:13am)
Hillsborough: Fan injured in stadium disaster dies 32 years later
Andrew Devine's family say the coroner's ruling confirms him as the 97th victim of the 1989 tragedy. (Jul 29 7:53am)
Drug firm fined for huge price rise that hit NHS
Advanz pushed up the price of thyroid tablet packs more than 10-fold, says the competition watchdog. (Jul 29 9:12am)
Victoria Hall: Man arrested in 1999 teen murder case
Victoria Hall, 17, was abducted on her way home from a Suffolk nightclub more than 20 years ago. (Jul 28 9:14pm)
Man arrested after priest assaulted in Edinburgh cathedral
The 31-year-old was arrested in Cumbria following an incident in an Edinburgh church on Monday. (Jul 29 9:50am)
International cruises from England to restart
People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will not have to isolate. (Jul 29 6:52am)
Car production hit by 'pingdemic' and global chip shortage
The UK industry says the demand is there but it is "desperately trying to get back to full capacity". (Jul 29 12:03am)
Queen's lawyers secured amendment to Scottish green energy law
The legislation was changed so the monarch's private estates could not be subject to compulsory purchase orders. (Jul 28 8:55pm)
Lily Parr: Unseen photos show first women's football stars
They show superstar striker Lily Parr and her teammates at the height of their success in the 1930s. (Jul 29 7:42am)
Vishal Mehrotra: Police scrapped plans for schoolboy murder appeal
The father of a murdered boy says a police decision not to appeal for information is "disgusting". (Jul 29 6:08am)
Pingdemic: Bar staff being told to delete NHS Covid-19 app
One in five hospitality workers are isolating, with some being told to delete the NHS Covid-19 app. (Jul 29 1:28am)
£23.5m and no patients. Was this Nightingale worth it?
It was built in case existing hospitals were swamped with Covid but did not treat a single patient. (Jul 29 6:38am)
Music industry turns to livestreaming to boost revenue
Festivals, DJs and musicians are all using new tech to entertain fans and make money during Covid. (Jul 29 12:07am)
Carmarthen librarian launched audio books after going blind
Rhian Evans says she has used her sight loss to "benefit myself and others" for 45 years. (Jul 29 6:11am)
Covid: UK sends nine million vaccines to vulnerable countries
The government has promised to donate 100m surplus doses to other countries before the middle of 2022. (Jul 29 8:40am)
Covid: Medal for GP who came out of retirement to treat patients
A GP who came out of retirement to treat patients in the pandemic is awarded a medal. (Jul 28 4:18pm)
Covid test plan a 'pointless solution' says Iceland boss
Supermarket boss says government scheme only fixes half the issue because it excludes store workers. (Jul 28 4:53pm)
Covid-19: Belfast Trust to cancel some cancer surgeries
The trust says it is working to reschedule procedures, which have been cancelled due to a rising number of Covid-19 patients. (Jul 28 9:03pm)
Coronavirus: Four numbers that reveal the real trends
Does a week of falling case numbers mean we're close to the end? (Jul 28 12:59am)