Social Responsibility

As an active member within the community, ECCOM social responsibility initiatives focus on corporate governance, protecting employee interests, establishing beneficial business partnerships, advocating consumer rights, participating in social welfare programs, and protecting the environment. These factors are key elements in helping us to ensure stable and sustainable growth of our business, while also providing a framework for corporate social responsibility allowing us to give back to the community.

 

ECCOM is undoubtedly a socially responsible corporate citizen, we not only focus on the growth of our business, but also spare no effort on meeting the needs of our community.

Social Welfare Endeavors

Charitable Donations
Charity is a idea that we believe

  • May 2003, "SARS" Epidemic, ECCOM Shanghai support’s anti-SARS efforts through special aid contributions.
  • May 12, 2008, Sichuan Province Earthquake, In response to the devastating 8.0 Richter scale earthquake within the Sichuan province, ECCOM provided donations to the Chinese Red Cross to support disaster relief and reconstruction efforts.
  • September 2008, Participated in Suzhou Red Cross “Good Student, Bright Future” campaign helping poor students complete their education.
  • In 2010, ECCOM employees participate in reconstruction projects in Sichuan, Wenchuan assisting efforts in rebuilding emergency facilities such as hospitals. ECCOM worked closely with Cisco to actively support the rebuilding process, and donated 110 power heaters to the Wenchuan county hospitals maternity wards.

Sichuan Reconstruction, Beijing Olympics, & World Expo

At ECCOM, we believe that using the power of technology we can help change the world. We have actively participated in many community projects such as Sichaun Reconstruction, Beijing Olympics and World Expo support engagements.

  • After the earthquake, major reconstruction efforts were focused on rebuilding the area’s communication infrastructure to support Healthcare services within the region.
  • In June 2008, Cisco donated to Chengdu Telecom Telepresence 3000 series, and was rapidly deployed by ECCOM engineers to assist in earthquake recovery efforts. The donation was used by Chengdu to facilitate communications and coordinate reconstruction efforts.

  • August 2009, ECCOM was the first to participate in a joint effort between ECCOM & Cisco in disaster recovery efforts for the Sichuan earthquake, and assisted in the deployment of mobile medical vehicles and recovery of medical communication networks. This project was later transferred off to the Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital.

  • October 2009 ECCOM continued to support Sichuan recovery efforts in a second project focusing on reconstruction efforts in Wenchuan County’s emergency command and data center. ECCOM engineers were stationed in Wenchuan and overcame various difficulties to help deploy and assist in recovery efforts.

  • April 2010, ECCOM again collaborated with Cisco in the deployment of Cisco-based technology solutions for Education, implementing a campus network for video Telepresence with the aim of fostering new models for distance learning for remote geographical locations for shared educational resources across the MAN.

  • In December 2010, ECCOM assists in the second phase of the Wenchuan County People's Hospital reconstruction project.

  • May 12, 2008, Sichuan Province Earthquake, in response to the devastating 8.0 Richter scale earthquake within the Sichuan province, ECCOM provided donations to the Chinese Red Cross to support disaster relief and reconstruction efforts.

  • September 2008, Participated in Suzhou Red Cross “Good Student, Bright Future” campaign helping poor students complete their education.

  • In 2010, ECCOM employees participate in reconstruction projects in Sichuan, Wenchuan assisting efforts in rebuilding emergency facilities such as hospitals. ECCOM worked closely with Cisco to actively support the rebuilding process, and donated 110 power heaters to the Wenchuan county hospitals maternity wards.