Etech, Inc Wins Outstanding Corporate Citizen Award

Etech, Inc., a global business process outsourcer, won the outstanding corporate citizen award from the ATA (American Teleservices).  This honor is given to businesses for their philanthropic impact in the community through direct and indirect support of charitable projects.  Etech leaders demonstrated a high level of community spirit and participation, motivating employees and colleagues to support and participate in charitable activities.

“Etech has always been a leader in serving and giving back to our communities,” said Matt Rocco, Etech’s chief operating officer.  “Etech has distinguished itself as a dedicated corporation with a heart towards charitable activities and an engaged community spirit.”

During working hours, Etech’s 2300 employees assist many leading companies with their customer support activities.  During free time, Etech’s management and employees can be found raising funds and swinging hammers for Habitat for Humanity, cleaning up local highways, participating in food drives, and working with underprivileged children.

“Etech makes a difference in their community,” stated Tim Searcy, CEO of the ATA.  “As the perpetual sponsor of our national event philanthropy program, Etech leads the way for the entire industry.”

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for Connections Magazine, a contact center publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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