N-iX has always been actively involved in local communities supporting local charities, events, NGOs, and numerous initiatives. We are a founding member of Lviv IT Cluster, a member of the IT Ukraine Association, EBA, and more.
With the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020, it was essential to take prompt measures. Both the company and all our people instantly joined the global fight against the pandemic.
Since day one of the unprovoked russian attack on Ukraine, we at N-iX have focused on evacuating our people from the affected territories and helping the Ukrainians suffering from the war. Together with N-iXers, we have created the Fund to support Ukraine and its defenders.
N-iX was founded when the Ukrainian IT industry was just getting off the ground but we have always been passionate about technology and its potential to change the world. Our mission has always been to make a positive difference in people’s lives by creating transformative tech solutions.
In 2009, N-iX together with SoftServe and ELEKS founded Lviv IT Cluster, the first and today the biggest IT organization in Ukraine. Together, we have launched dozens of projects shaping the local IT industry as we know it today, supporting education, tech events, infrastructure projects and more.
In 2015, Andrew Pavliv, N-iX Founder and CEO, started a scholarship fund for talented UCU students. And in 2018, N-iX Charity Fund was created to support young talents and help them get quality education. The company supported universities, educational projects, local communities, and has been an active member of numerous industry associations.
The company joined the global fight against COVID-19 and donated over $100,000 thanks to N-iX Fund for fighting COVID-19. Together with our specialists, we purchased thousands of units of medical equipment and Covid-19 tests, as well as organized vaccination of our specialists and their families.
After an unprovoked full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, N-iX donated over $1,000,000 to support Ukraine, its defenders and people who suffered from the war. The help included dozens of SUVs and vans, Starlink stations, computer equipment, bulletproof vests, humanitarian aid, and more.