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.

equality impact assessment, room booking, company performance dashboards, financial reporting, web reporting components, diagram creation tools, solictor divorce system, document library administration, property sales, project monitoring, timetable production, bus and rail scheduling, soap manufacturing, educational administration, hr systems, time recording, web charting components, help desk performance, contract compliance monitoring, active directory applications, management information systems, image library, office administration, purchasing systems, data publishing automation, employee development monitoring, survey systems, visitor control, ticket sales
BBC News:
How Bill Gates became the voodoo doll of Covid conspiracies
The ex-Microsoft head is currently the target of all kinds of outlandish theories and false claims. (Jun 6 12:12am)
Coronavirus face mask lights up with moving mouth shapes
A games designer creates a face mask that shows animated mouth shapes as you speak. (Jun 6 12:14am)
Coronavirus: National Rail to offer 'busy station' alerts
Rail passengers will be warned if trains or stations are busy, to aid social distancing. (Jun 5 1:34pm)
George Floyd: Reddit co-founder quits board and asks for black replacement
Alexis Ohanian says the move was inspired by protests over the death of George Floyd. (Jun 5 8:14pm)
Whatever happened to the NHS contact-tracing app?
The app, first tested on the Isle of Wight, had been expected to be rolled out at the end of May. (Jun 5 1:52pm)
Elon Musk calls for 'break up' of Amazon
The entrepreneur condemned the online retailer after it rejected a book about coronavirus. (Jun 5 5:53pm)
Combat drone to compete against piloted plane
The US Air Force will pit an advanced autonomous aircraft against a piloted plane in tests. (Jun 5 2:27pm)
Medics call for action on social media Covid-19 'infodemic'
Hard-hitting testimony by medics highlights the damage being done to frontline healthcare. (Jun 4 6:00pm)
K-pop fans drown out #WhiteLivesMatter hashtag
Use of the tag has increased as a response to the #BlackLivesMatter movement. (Jun 4 2:02pm)
Gaming 'hero' retires at 23 due to ill-health
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‘Why I recreated my local pub in virtual reality’
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SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronaut capsule docks with ISS
Nasa astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have successfully docked with the ISS after 19 hours in orbit. (May 31 4:12pm)
A Raspberry Pi robot with emotions and other tech news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories. (May 29 7:36am)
Coronavirus: 'I built a memorial to my grandfather on Animal Crossing'
One young woman used popular game Animal Crossing for her family tradition of Bai San. (May 29 12:01am)
Is coronavirus changing the world of cleaning?
Hi-tech cleaning products are being offered to tackle coronavirus, but are they better than soap and water? (Jun 5 12:12am)
Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?
Being made redundant is rarely pleasant, but is it worse finding out via a video call? (Jun 2 12:02am)
Asia's fishermen and farmers go digital during virus
Farming communities in South East Asia are embracing online selling for the first time during lockdown. (Jun 2 3:09am)
Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic
The pandemic has opened up new opportunities for the video conference company. (Jun 2 11:48pm)
Huawei: What would happen if the UK ditched the Chinese firm?
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban. (May 26 12:01am)