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B&D: the perfect partner for your enterprise projects 

We apply a successful formula of research, strategy, ongoing testing and open communication to transform complex problems into disruptive and functional solutions for any company and sector.

Founders and directors Alex Buckham and Jordan Duffy are at the forefront of innovation and are regularly called upon by all tiers of government and industry bodies to speak and advise on Australia’s digital landscape.

They bring this level of expertise to every project that Buckham & Duffy delivers for its valued enterprise clients. It’s this passion that produces an impressive list of products and services, which exceed expectations and ROI goals, while enhancing revenue and our client’s position in the marketplace.

We help your organisation stay ahead of the rapid pace of technological change by actively seeking and designing new disruptions to place your business as the industry leader.


Queensland Government

Case study: Myentries

Our role: Design, develop, deploy

Large ticketing companies often run outdated technology solutions when it comes to ticketing platforms. Buckham & Duffy was tasked with creating a digital ticketing platform – BrickTix.  We built a custom ticketing SaaS platform from the ground up using a micro services architecture allowing fine-grained control and ultra-scalable performance.



What our clients say about B&D


Analytica’s public image means that quality, timelines and delivery are key to operations and Buckham & Duffy have provided at every step of the way to build and expand our software and manage the growth of our organisation.

Geoff Daly CEO Analytica Ltd

The Google Glass project for our mass casualty incident exercise in Rockhampton was a complete success and the implications for future development are enormous. The technology has sparked the development of research projects in learning and teaching as well as clinical practice with aeromedical services in regional Queensland – a highly underserved portion of the Australian population

Nathan Puckeridge Central Queensland University