N-iX is a Ukrainian IT company with over 17 years of excellence as a reliable technology partner for innovative companies in Northern America, Great Britain, Nordics, and Europe. N-iX has over 900 experienced software engineers working within development centers in Lviv, Kyiv (Ukraine), Kraków (Poland), Minsk (Belarus), Sofia (Bulgaria) and representative offices in Malmö (Sweden) and St. Petersburg, FL (USA).
N-iX started out as Novellix — a product startup founded by Andrew Pavliv and two other partners in Lviv, Ukraine back in 2002. Novellix was developing Novell’s product applications for Linux platform. This activity got attention from Novell’s top management, which resulted in Novell acquiring the technology from Novellix and becoming the first big customer of re-branded N-iX.
Since then, N-iX has grown into one of the biggest Ukrainian software development companies. It has thrived thanks to its unique culture of entrepreneurship and the country’s unrivaled engineering talent. N-iX formed strategic partnerships with a variety of global industry leaders including OpenText, Lebara, Gogo, Currencycloud, RateSetter, StreamServe, and over 80 other medium and large‐scale businesses within Telecom, Fintech, Media, Energy, Aviation, Education, and Healthcare.
N-iX Professional Services set up in 2005 as a StreamServe Center of Excellence. Since OpenText acquisition of StreamServe in 2010, N-iX began providing professional services for OpenText solutions and SAP consulting.
In 2012, N-iX Game & VR Studio started out as a separate unit of the company. The studio provides game development and VR solutions for global clients (Paradox Development Studio, Adverty, Mindark) as well as creating its own pet-projects (Teleport Battle VR-iX).
N-iX is among the fastest-growing IT companies in Ukraine. For the last three years N-iX grew 331% and made it to the rankings of Inc. 5000 Europe and Software 500. In 2019 N-iX got recognized by IAOP among The Best of The Global Outsourcing 100® providers. Also, N-iX is a certified partner of such technology companies as OpenText, SAP, and Microsoft.