David Sandy is a true "5 to 9er" working for the NHS as a Web Developer during daylight hours and at all other times running Integreat Media; a web-design and development company based in Berkshire. Integreat Media works with other small and medium sized businesses creating functional, well-structured websites that are accessible and informative.
Extensive experience in the public and private sectors, small and large enterprises, has exposed him to a wide range of technology hardware, software and tools.
As an advocate for open source products David is not easily swayed by glossy commercial sales offerings, preferring instead to find the right technology which boosts productivity and makes business more efficient through research and hands on experience.
His keen business acumen has seen him featured in Emma Jones "Working 5 to 9" book and by Sunday Times Enterprise Editor Rachel Bridge in "How to make a million before lunch", as well as the national press.