David's lifelong interest in electronics led him to
taking the road less traveled by becoming an entrepreneur. After 18 years serving in
corporate positions for Rochester Instrument Systems and Xerox, David founded Rochester Computer
Recycling & Recovery (RCR&R). Within two years RCR&R grew into a partnership
with 3 principals and became RCR&R, LLC. David served as General Manager until 1999 when
he left RCR&R to develop a new company.
His goal was to offer the same technologies used by
Fortune 500 companies like Kodak, Xerox, and IBM---a company that would bring the power of the
Internet and Open Source Technology to business and organizations. The company he founded is
called Annexa--which is an Old English term meaning: to bring together.