Friday, April 27, 2007
Procurement service providers offer companies the ability to improve spending coverage, reduce costs for goods and services, employ industry best practices, leverage the latest procurement technologies, and streamline approved suppliers, all without taking on the risks and assets required to achieve such results. Electronic Supply Chain Solutions offers companies access to a wide scope of products quickly. ESCS also provides the required paperwork, from an approved supplier base to protect you from counterfeits. ESCS maintains an Aerospace AS9120 quality certification to ensure your demanded quality. You will at some point outsource procurement. ESCS is who you should call! 727-723-8255 or visit www.escs9120.com
Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is thrilled to announce that three FIRST Robotic teams will be honored by President George W. Bush at the White House on Monday, April 30, 2007. Approximately one hundred students and mentors representing three of the top teams from the FIRST Community will meet with the President to share their experiences and achievements. The teams, who received top honors at this month's FIRST Championship held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, are: Team 365, the "Miracle Workerz" of MOE Robotics Group from Wilmington, Delaware who won the FIRST Robotics Competition 2007 Chairman's Award Team 1677, "Access 9" from South Bend, Indiana who was awarded the 2nd Place FIRST LEGO League Champion's Award Team 3053, "Occam's Engineers" from Mendham, New Jersey who received the FIRST Vex Challenge Inspire Award FIRST Founder Dean Kamen, FIRST Chairman John Abele, FIRST President Paul Gudonis, NASA Program Executive for Solar System Exploration Dave Lavery, and key sponsors of this visit to Washington from BAE Systems, Boston Scientific, and General Motors, will join the teams at this celebration of their achievements. Following the White House visit, the teams will attend a Congressional Reception hosted by Congressman Jim Langevin where they will give presentations, demonstrate their robots, and share their accomplishments with members of Congress.
Electronic Supply Chain Solutions sponsors Team Krunch 79 that took 2nd in the National Championships and was the only team to achieve 5 consecutive Chairmans Awards. Thier 2007 accomplishments include that Team 79 is invited to be in the book “FIRST Robots: Behind the Design” (2007 edition) by being a Xerox Championship FIRST Engineering Award Winner. This is literally the “Who’s Who of FIRST Robotic Design”. That along with its Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship award describes a team that deserves more than honorable mention.
Electronic Supply Chain Solutions supports youth robotics and knows investing in our future engineers is "one small step for us and one big step for mankind" Get involved in FIRST today!
Friday, April 20, 2007
Congratulations to the East Lake Robotics Team Krunch79, sponsored by ESCS & Honeywell which competed this past weekend and took 2nd place in the Nationals in Atlanta, GA
Team Krunch79 achievements for the 2007 Competition Season included:
- 2007 FIRST Robotics National Finalist (Placed 2nd)
- The Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship Award (In Las Vegas - 2007) - which celebrates outstanding sportsmanship and continuous gracious professionalism in the heat of competition, both on and off the playing field.
- The XEROX Creativity Award which celebrates creativity in design, use of component, or strategy of play.
- The 2007 Regional Chairman's Award (only team to achieve 5 Consecutive Years)
Florida Governor Charlie Crist's office, has requested Team 79 to come to Tallahassee for a "press conference and meeting" with the Governor.
ESCS continues its support of Team Krunch 79 throughout 2007 as they offer summer work shops and other exciting events. Visit www.krunch79.com to learn more!
Join us in 2008! It will be Krunch time as Team 79 will be up for a new challenge!