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.

diagram creation tools, ticket sales, bus and rail scheduling, contract compliance monitoring, time recording, financial reporting, soap manufacturing, timetable production, document library administration, hr systems, visitor control, project monitoring, equality impact assessment, data publishing automation, image library, office administration, room booking, solictor divorce system, employee development monitoring, survey systems, educational administration, property sales, active directory applications, web charting components, web reporting components, help desk performance, purchasing systems, company performance dashboards, management information systems
BBC News:
Police told not to download NHS Covid-19 app
National Police Chiefs Council says officers should not install contact-tracing app on work phones. (Sep 28 4:13pm)
NHS Covid-19 app: 12m downloads - and lots of questions
We look at why you can't log out of a venue, and how to change your postcode on the app. (Sep 28 1:21pm)
US squeezes China's biggest chip-maker SMIC
The commerce department writes to suppliers, warning of risks linked to the Chinese military. (Sep 28 3:00pm)
Fashion brands design 'waist-up' clothing for video calls
Milan Fashion Week saw designers showcasing logos on necklines and statement jewellery. (Sep 28 3:30pm)
TikTok: US judge halts app store ban
The video-sharing app gets a last-minute reprieve from being taken off app stores in the US. (Sep 28 3:18am)
Uber spared from London ban despite 'historical failings'
The firm gets a new licence to work in the capital after a court says it has addressed safety issues. (Sep 28 12:53pm)
Robots in a flat - testing tech for independent living
A laboratory made to look like a home is fitted with sensors and internet of things devices. (Sep 28 5:50am)
NHS Covid-19: App issue fixed for people who test positive
Many users in England who booked a test outside of the app had been unable to share a positive test result. (Sep 26 11:20pm)
Contact-tracing app: First version worked on more phones
The first version of the NHS England and Wales app was trialled on the Isle of Wight. (Sep 25 5:39pm)
Molly Russell social media material 'too difficult to look at'
The 14-year-old killed herself in 2017 after viewing graphic images on social media. (Sep 26 11:46am)
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
EU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court. (Sep 25 2:53pm)
Giant 25 tonne Gundam robot shows off its moves and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter highlights the best of the week's technology news. (Sep 25 7:20am)
How worried should we be about deadly cyber-attacks?
Experts have been warning for years that it's not a matter of if, but when, hackers will kill somebody. (Sep 25 12:21am)
Hancock: 'Upgrade' may be needed to access NHS Covid app
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he understood "the challenges" around downloading the NHS Covid-19 app. (Sep 24 12:05pm)
Facebook Oversight Board plans to take time over rulings
Former Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt says her panel will take its time over takedown rulings. (Sep 24 3:56pm)
Theatres look to tech to keep performing
Technology is now trying to fill the void until actors can begin treading the boards again. (Sep 23 8:23am)
Huawei: The PowerPoint that sparked an international row
The top Huawei executive's closely watched extradition case returns to court on Monday. (Sep 28 12:56am)
NHS Covid-19 app: How England and Wales' contact-tracing service works
The app will tell you to self-isolate or be tested or warn of an elevated local risk level. (Sep 24 12:11am)
'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'
China plans a digital version of its currency, which some say could become a big global payment system. (Sep 25 12:16am)
Friend challenges Facebook over Ronnie McNutt suicide video
Videos of army veteran Ronnie McNutt's online suicide are still accessible on the internet. (Sep 20 12:32am)
'Lack of investment' behind delayed court cases
Court cases face serious delays in the UK and lawyers say more investment in technology would help. (Sep 22 9:41am)