WNEP’s Team Allied Services reached global status once again thanks to the generous support of Open Access Marketing. As a major sponsor the annual charity campaign, the Philippines-based company has contributed more than $70,000 to Allied Services over the last 4 years. The funds, along with donations from individuals, schools, businesses and other major sponsors, enable the non-profit health system to invest in cutting-edge rehab technology, services and staff to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities and life-changing injuries.

Although the multi-lingual customer care and support center is based in the Philippines, it does have local ties. The CEO of Open Access Marketing, Ben Davidowitz (pictured on the right), is a native of Kingston. A longtime Team Allied Services supporter, Mr. Davidowitz is also the brother of Team Leckey member Steve Davidowitz (pictured on the left) of Dallas. Steve has run and raised funds for Allied Services for the last 9 years. 

About Open Access BPO: Open Access BPO started out as a telemarketing startup, a sole proprietorship founded by Ben Davidowitz in San Carlos, California in 2006. Not much later, Davidowitz partnered with Henry Chang to start an LLC which later branched out into two operating sites. The company first transferred its facilities to Makati City, Philippines in 2007, later expanding to Taipei, Taiwan in 2014 and Davao City, Philippines the following year. The company continues to grow and now employs more than 1,300 employees handling various accounts from businesses of all sizes and industries around the world.

PHOTO ID:from left: Steve Davidowitz, Investment Advisor Representative, Chancellor Financial Group ; Ryan Leckey, Reporter/Producer, WNEP TV; Ben Davidowitz, Founder & CEO, Open Access BPO

August 1, 2019