Over the years, Davis has served many global companies, innovative mid-size companies and leading-edge startup ventures.

Clients include:

Adobe Systems desktop, print and web publishing software provider
Amazon Consulting partner marketing agency
Avaya global telecommunications vendor
Business Objects business intelligence software vendor, later acquired by SAP
Celestica outsourced manufacturing services provider

e-Christmas HP / Microsoft / UPS consortium that sponsored and implemented an early showcase European e-commerce implementation
Exodus Communications Santa Clara, California based Web hosting and services company, now part of Cable & Wireless
Finisar fiber optics equipment and systems provider
Gear6 web 2.0 infrastructure software. Learn more
Hewlett-Packard including HP Education Services, the HP “Customer First” program, the HP 9000/HP-UX business, the Itanium program, the OpenView business, the Y2K program, and the laptop, PC and server businesses
Junebug Films film and video company

Microsoft software company
Minerva Networks IP television solutions vendor
nSite Software San Ramon, California based provider of business process management software, later acquired by SAP Business Objects
OTRS cloud-based customer service management software
Photosolve digital photography accessory company
Rainfinity  San Jose, California based provider of systems and software for security and high availability, later acquired by EMC

Scale Eight San Francisco based Internet storage company
Sun Microsystems computer systems company
Symantec computer security company
VPNet virtual private network software vendor, now part of Avaya
Wyse thin client system vendor

Davis has also completed a number of volunteer or “pro bono” projects in the communications realm for BayRail Alliance (San Francisco Bay Area), Stevens Creek Trail (Mountain View, California), Mountain View High School (Mountain View, California), Bethel Lutheran Church and School (Cupertino, California), and the 2002 Mountain View, California City Council campaign of Tom Frankum.