N-iX, a leading global software development service company, released its 2021-2022 Sustainability Report which outlines the company’s ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility and highlights five impact areas:
People at N-iX:
- N-iX unites 2,000 professionals across the globe. The company nourishes the culture of empathy and openness, diversity and fair working practices to make a positive impact across the organization and beyond.
- For years, education has been the key focus of N-iX CSR activities. The company donated $140,000+ for education, funded 16 scholarships for talented students, and supported 75+ educational initiatives.
- N-iX is an active member of tech and business associations that share the common goal of developing and strengthening the IT industry.
- In 2021 and 2022 the company supported 30+ tech events.
- N-iX joined the global response to COVID-19 and donated over $115,000 to different causes, organized vaccination for its specialists and their families, and supplied 2,200+ units of medical equipment for healthcare workers.
N-iX support of Ukraine:
- Since day one of the unprovoked russian attack on Ukraine, N-iX has focused on evacuating its people from the affected territories and helping the Ukrainians suffering from the war. The company donated $1,270,000+ to support Ukraine.
For over two decades, we’ve pursued our mission to make a positive impact on the lives of our clients, our people, and our society by leveraging technology and innovation. We’ve continuously supported educational initiatives and NGOs, contributed to the development of the local tech sector, played our part in the global COVID-19 response, and most recently stood with Ukraine in its fight for peace. We are determined to further broaden and deepen our impact, uniting like-minded people and contributing to the causes that shape a brighter future for all, – Andrew Pavliv, N-iX Founder and CEO.
Read N-iX CSR report here.
- Come Back Alive is one of the largest charitable foundations that supports Ukrainian soldiers, founded by the IT specialist Vitaliy Deynega. The organization collected more than 210 million UAH (more than $7M) in 2014. According to Na chasi, the Patreon page Come Back Alive is in the top ten projects by the number of financial donations.