The Elm Foundation is a charity offering support services for those affected by domestic abuse. They turned to ESP looking to raise the organisation’s profile, to promote the work it does so it may continue to fundraise and sustain itself. The organisation was looking for a complete revision of it brand identity, previously using using a rather cumbersome acronym for its brand- DDVSAS (Derbyshire Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Service). Analysis also showed that its existing profile didn’t necessarily reflect the organisation’s culture, values or mission.
Replacement of individual Telephone Systems with one Centralised VoIP Phone System
Hancock Cash and Carry are a wholesale confectionary distributor with 21 depots nationwide.
ESP Projects were approached by Hancock’s in the spring of 2015 with major IT problems; they wanted to grow the business, but the IT systems were holding them back. There was a multitude of different problems we grouped into 3 major areas; 1. Core Network Infrastructure. 2. Telephone Systems. 3. Software Systems.
Bespoke database for products. Cost monitoring system. Offer Evaluation Tool. Complaints Database.
ESP Projects has demonstrated its technical ability through numerous web projects where database management systems, integrations and middleware development have been key aspects of the solution provided. Here, we provide an overview of one such project which is large in its nature and has grown organically over a period of months.
The e-learning Platform for Sheffield Foyer Independent Living Services
ESP Projects has recently had the pleasure to team up with The Guinness Partnership’s Sheffield Foyer, to provide technical support and hosting for an innovative eLearning platform called MoveOn as part of their independent living services and rehabilitation programme.
Web Design, Training, Ongoing Support
Cumbria CVS helps non-profit organisations and groups across Cumbria, providing training, support, and funding advice. In recent years they have moved to a paid membership model and the website plays an important role in helping to attract and retain members.
ESP took over support of the old Cumbria CVS website in 2011 and undertook a major rebuild in April 2013, following a website review commissioned in support of their ongoing marketing efforts.
Here at ESP we have created a number of websites for advice partnerships under the Advice Service Transition Fund (ASTF), provided by the Big Lottery Fund. These websites share the common aim of providing links to free advice, help and support to people, including the provision of advice on welfare benefits, debt, housing and employment. Although these websites have similar core functionality they each have their own distinctive look and feel.