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Wilson Security Sandown 500

 Michael Hovey competed in the Wilson Security Sandown 500 on the 13th and 14th of September. He drove in all 3 races and placed 11th, 10th and 13th respectively adding to his GT Trophy tally, which now positions him in 3rd place with 314 points. Michael will race in New Zealand next for round 6 of the Australian GT series at the brand new Highlands Motorsport Park on November 8th and 9th. Good luck Michael. Picture: In pit lane – the ESP Solutions Group & Triffid sponsored Porsche, driven by Michael Hovey.


Castrol Townsville 500

ESP Solutions Group proudly supports Michael Hovey as he competes in the Australian GT Championships this year. Finishing in 3rd place in the Trophy Class and 8th overall out of 24 cars at the recent Castrol Townsville 500 round. With 2 more rounds coming up, both with the V8 Supercars at Sydney Motorsport Park 400, Sydney and then the Wilson Security 500 at Sandown in Melbourne the finish line is near. To finish off the season Michael and the team will travel to Queenstown NZ to Highlands Race Track for a 3 hour endurance race. Picture: Birdseye view from pit lane of the ESP Solutions Group & Triff’d sponsored Porsche, driven by Michael Hovey.


Alzheimer’s Bring it to the Table Event

ESP Solutions Group was the proud sponsor to this years Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) BITTT Event. This major fundraising event helps raise vital funds for Alzheimer’s Australia and the fight against dementia. The BITTT event was hosted by Alzheimer’s Australia Ambassador, Ita Buttrose, AO, OBE and 4BC radio presenter, Patrick Condren. Over 52,000 people in Queensland have been diagnosed with dementia, which is already the third leading cause of death in Australia after heart disease and stroke. Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld)’s mission is to reduce the impact of dementia in the community. Join ESP Solutions Group and show your support for people living with dementia by visiting www.bringittothetable.com.au. The ABC’s Australian Story program will air, ‘Can you really live with dementia?’ by Lyndall Bell, featuring Christine Bryden on 30th June 2014.


ESP Joins in the Ride to Conquer Cancer

ESP Print Management staff will ride in the upcoming Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer. Held on August 18 – 19, this ride is a unique two-day cycling event that takes participants on a 200 km journey through rural Queensland. “This ride is not only a personal challenge but also provides me with the opportunity to raise money for a very worthy cause,” commented Dave. Last year 1,343 riders participated in the event which raised $4.7 million dollars for Cancer Research. Funds raised as part of the Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer go towards ground-breaking, critical cancer research being undertaken at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR). “I have a fundraising goal of $4,500 and am delighted that the management and staff at ESP Print Management have come on board to support this enterprise,” Dave added. “I now have to spend a bit of time in training to make sure I successfully represent…


ESP Sponsors Olympic Hopeful

ESP Print Management is proud to be associated with the Australian Olympic team through women’s water polo team member Jane Moran. Even though the official selection is not announced until June 2012, we are all quietly confident that Jane will make the grade and travel to London to represent Australia. “Making the 2012 Olympic team would mean the world to me, literally,” Jane commented. “That’s been my sole goal for the last 5 years and I haven’t dreamed of anything else. It would be the absolute pinnacle.” Growing up in the small northern New South Wales town of Murwillumbah, Moran was thrust into a childhood surrounded by water, beginning swimming lessons at 10 months and signing up for nippers at the age of four and a half. Racing followed, competing at state and national level in cross country, athletics, surf lifesaving, triathlon and swimming as well as participating in the team environments of hockey, netball…


The ESP race team hits Tasmania

Masters Cup contender, Michael Hovey has teamed up with Queensland based print company, ESP Print Management which will see Hovey’s Toyota Aurion Aussie Racing Car re-branded in ESP colours for the remaining two rounds of the 2011 FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series. The new colour scheme and branding was completed on Monday night only hours before the car was loaded on the transporter to make to the trip south to Tasmania for the penultimate round of the FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Championship which will be staged as part of the V8 Supercar event on 11-13 November 2011. “ESP Print Management is a great brand and I’m really excited to have them on board as team naming rights sponsor for the remainder of the year. The new livery has been completed at the Aussie Racing Cars Factory in Sydney last night and the finished product looks fantastic. I can’t wait to get the car out…


Operations office has moved

On the 6th of June 2011, ESP Print Management completed the move into our new operations building. It became apparent, due to our rapid growth, a larger space would be required to continue to meet our commitment to customer service and satisfaction. The substantially larger warehouse area allows room to expand and to implement the “Conversion Centre” that has been on the drawing board for the last 6 months. The conversion centre will allow us to offer a state of the art document scanning and archiving service to compliment the increasing move towards more cost effective electronic archiving solutions. Look out for more exciting news on the Conversion Centre soon.


Latest Release ESP Control Software

Imagine knowing what each desktop printer or multi function device in your organisation accurately costs you at the push of a button and then being able to immediately identify potential savings. By installing the ESP Control Software we are able to gather important information that allows us to accurately track and audit your print usage nationwide. ESP Control Software is your first step towards saving money on print costs and reducing your carbon footprint.