A well-known international organization Global Sourcing Association (London headquarters) has released a list of finalists of the prestigious Global Sourcing Awards 2018, which will help in the selection of the best IT-companies and projects of the past year. The final competition and the award ceremony will take place on October, 2 within the Global Sourcing Summit in Cape Town, South Africa.
The list of finalists in different categories also includes a number of IT-companies that were founded or are operating in Ukraine:
- Eleks (Ukrainian company with a headquarters in Lviv) in nominations "IT Outsourcing Project of the Year", "Service Provider of the Year" and "Excellence in Skills Development";
- EPAM (Belarusian company with offices in Ukraine). The organizers nominated the company for "Service Provider of the Year", "Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility" and "Excellence in Skills Development";
- Itera (Norwegian company with an office in Ukraine) nominated for “Service Provider of the Year", "Customer Experience Provider of the Year" and "Excellence in Skills Development";
- Miratech (Ukrainian company with headquarters in New-York). The luminary of Ukrainian IT-industry that will compete for the championship in the nomination "IT Outsourcing Project of the Year", "Service Provider of the Year" and "Innovation Project of the Year".
It should be noted that PwC, a partner of the IT Ukraine Association, also joined the GSA finalists in the categories of "BPO Contract of the Year" and "Consultancy/Law Firm of the Year".
Beside the honoring of the best players in the international IT-service market, the jury will also select a country, whose companies have become reliable digital service providers for their customers and which make a significant contribution to the development of the industry. This year Ukraine also joined the list of nominees of the category "Global Destination of the Year".
Last year, GSA awarded Ukraine with the "Offshoring Destination of the Year" award as the best supplier of IT-services to the UK. We would also like to note that this would have been impossible without the efforts of the N-IX company, which proposed Ukraine in this nomination.