N-iX has been nominated to the 2021 Strategic Sourcing Awards shortlist by the Global Sourcing Association (GSA). For 18 years in a row, the GSA UK Awards recognizes companies that provide the best outsourcing services.

This year, N-iX has been shortlisted in 3 categories: 

  • Utilities / Telecommunications Project of the Year; 
  • Retail Project of the Year; 
  • Financial Services Project of the Year.

Also, Ukraine has been shortlisted as a Delivery Destination of the Year. 

In the  Utilities / Telecommunications Project of the Year category, N-iX has been recognized for its partnership with Lebara - one of Europe's fastest-growing mobile companies. N-iX started cooperation with Lebara back in 2014 and, over the years, the companies built a full-fledged R&D centre together. The partnership allowed Labara to implement a large-scale digital transformation powered by cloud, microservices, data, and omnichannel. As a result, Lebara was able to improve its operations, access a larger customer base, improve time-to-market, and offer new differentiated services to its users.

In the Retail Project of the Year category, N-iX has been shortlisted for its partnership with PrettyLittleThing - a leading fashion retailer in the UK. The company came to N-iX to speed up its software development lifecycle. N-iX experts have developed a solution that automated the creation of products with different attributes on their e-commerce website. For a fast-growing fashion retailer that has over 30,000 items on its platform, it is critical to have a solution that would allow them to add new products quickly and easily. So N-iX has helped PrettyLittleThing facilitate the management of products and, as a result, better serve their customers.

In the Financial Services Project of the Year category, N-iX has been nominated for its partnership with RateSetter – a leading peer-to-peer lending service in the UK and Australia that allows its users to lend and borrow money directly from each other. N-iX has helped RateSetter modernize the technological stack of the service, switch from the monolithic architecture to microservices, and build an efficient testing framework. As a result, partnership with N-iX allowed RateSetter to scale the product faster as well as ensure the security of the users’ personal information and the compliance of the product with fintech industry regulations and policies. 

Earlier this year, N-iX entered the Global Outsourcing 100 list of the top outsourcing companies for the fifth year in a row. This month, our team has been acknowledged by the GSA. We are pleased to see that our commitment to providing top quality engineering services is recognised both by our long term partners and the leading industry ratings, comments Pavlo Deshchynskyy, N-iX Chief Operating Officer.  


The winners in each category will be announced by the GSA Awards on March 25. 

About the GSA UK Awards

Now in their 18th year, the GSA Awards are the most highly recognised awards for the strategic sourcing industry. The awards recognise and reward the companies across the sourcing ecosystem, identifying those who deliver excellent results and add value to their own and their clients’ businesses.

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By N-iX March 19, 2021
About N-iX

N-iX is an Eastern European software development service company that helps businesses across the globe expand their engineering capabilities and develop successful software products. Founded in 2002, N-iX has formed strategic partnerships with a variety of global industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies, including OpenText, Fluke Corporation, AVL, Lebara, Currencycloud, RateSetter, TuneIn, and many others. With more than 1,700 professionals, N-iX offers expert solutions in software engineering, cloud-native services, data analytics, embedded software, IoT, machine learning, and other tech domains covering a wide variety of sectors, including finance, manufacturing, telecom, supply chain, to name a few.

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