DS4A was first incorporated in November 2007, by Craig Marshall. Craig has worked in the IT profession since 1994.
Initially employed by Bristol City council as part of the health & environmental services IT section based in central Bristol. Craig was the lead on the development, implementation and deployment of the directorates Intranet.
Craig went on to take up a project development role at Circle.com (UK). During his time there Craig was heavily involved with VisitBritain.com, Guiness.com (micro-site Call-To-Arms CTA's ), Chello (UGC -> LGE) and played a role in many other clients online projects.
When Circle was aquired by a European media company Craig took the opportunity to start his own Internet hosting and design company, along with Mike Tonks.
Craig has been involved in the hosting, development and design of online presence, environments and solutions ever since.
DS4A has a strong association with the South West of the United Kingdom, and focuses on it's core clients who are individuals, the self-emplyed and SME's. DS4A primarily serves Bristol, Bath, Exeter, Gloucester and Swindon, as well as the South Wales M4 corridor passing through Cardiff, Newport, Bridgend and beyond.
We like to feel we have a strong understanding of the issues that our core customers face and some of the issues that face businesses operating in more rural areas of Gloucestershire, Somerset, Devon and Wiltshire, as well as Monmouthshire, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and the Vale of Glamorgan.
DS4A are enthusiastic supporters of the FSB (Federation of Small Business) and as such are members of the Gloucestershire and West of England branch.