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, survey systems, room booking, contract compliance monitoring, hr systems, solictor divorce system, employee development monitoring, help desk performance, data publishing automation, equality impact assessment, active directory applications, time recording, soap manufacturing, property sales, bus and rail scheduling, visitor control, document library administration, educational administration, company performance dashboards, financial reporting, ticket sales, purchasing systems, project monitoring, image library, web reporting components, office administration, management information systems, web charting components, timetable production
BBC News:
Japan urges UK to avoid no-deal Brexit
The country's foreign minister says he is concerned about the UK leaving the EU without a deal. (Jun 27 10:56am)
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt unveil new pledges in leadership race
Boris Johnson wants a points system for immigrants and Jeremy Hunt would scrap some tuition fee debts. (Jun 27 12:50pm)
Security threat forces plane to land at Stansted
An Air India plane makes a "precautionary landing" in Essex after initial reports of a bomb threat. (Jun 27 1:15pm)
Lee Pomeroy death: 'Accused said he would kill'
A witness tells the Old Bailey from behind a screen how an argument between two passengers escalated. (Jun 27 1:09pm)
Starbank school teachers strike over violence fears
A teaching union says its members have been assaulted and threatened with knife violence by pupils. (Jun 27 1:38pm)
Shepherd's Bush stabbing: Teenager killed after taking cover in shop
The victim, believed to be 18, died from a stab injury in Shepherd's Bush on Wednesday night. (Jun 27 2:01pm)
Troubles legacy NI police chief's 'biggest regret'
Sir George Hamilton said families who lost loved ones during The Troubles deserved closure and justice. (Jun 27 2:07pm)
Transgender hate crimes recorded by police go up 81%
A charity says it shows "transphobia is everywhere", while police say more hate crimes are being reported. (Jun 27 1:46pm)
Hopes raised of cervical cancer eradication
The success of the HPV vaccination offers the hope of ending cervical cancer, say scientists. (Jun 27 8:11am)
Sonic boom heard across Derbyshire caused by RAF Typhoons
The jets were flying at high speed in response to a security threat on a passenger plane. (Jun 27 1:50pm)
Leon restaurant co-founder Henry Dimbleby to lead food system review
The government-backed review will ensure food is "safe, healthy and affordable" for all. (Jun 27 9:49am)
Orchard wildflowers and trees cut down 'by mistake'
Volunteers said it was "devastating" to discover their planting efforts had gone to waste. (Jun 27 1:40pm)
'I was suspected of causing my child's illness'
The women whose world was turned upside down by being wrongly suspected of Fabricated or Induced Illness. (Jun 27 12:46am)
Witch's Hat playground ride returns to Wicksteed Park
The popular playground ride which was phased out due to safety concerns has returned to Wicksteed Park. (Jun 27 12:14am)
'I turned a side hustle into millions'
EBay says more under-30s are notching up £1m worth of sales on its marketplace. (Jun 27 11:43am)
Stormzy's Glastonbury performance 'will be iconic' but he won't be dancing
Stars and friends tell the BBC Stormzy will "shut down" Glastonbury when he headlines the main stage. (Jun 27 12:43am)
BBC's Vine and James replace Eggheads photo lost on bus
Ben Jones says he's "blown away" at efforts to source a replacement photo of Chris Hughes. (Jun 27 12:04am)
Coming to a school near you? The four-and-a-half-day week
Why one Birmingham school has decided to save money by sending children home early on Friday. (Jun 27 12:56am)
Chimney sweeps: The women brushing aside stereotypes
Three women explain what it's like to work in the traditionally male-dominated trade of chimney sweeping. (Jun 27 12:03am)
How to get the best price when buying a car
As car sales plunge, desperate dealers are said to be offering huge discounts, so how can drivers benefit? (Jun 27 12:00am)
'Shocking' fake takeaway sold on Uber Eats
A BBC News team set up a fake takeaway restaurant on Uber Eats and started selling burgers. (Jun 27 12:00pm)