Innovecs Is in 2018 Global Outsourcing 100® List

March 5, 2018 1 min read

Innovecs was proudly featured for the very first time in 2018 Global Outsourcing 100® list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®) in a Rising Star Judging Size category.

“The Global Outsourcing 100 and World`s Best Advisors lists showcase the best of the best in the outsourcing industry. We are proud to recognize Innovecs for being among the highest rated companies.”
Debi Hamill,

IAOP® annually produces the list of the world`s best companies, that provide with the full spectrum of outsourcing service, including information technology.


The list contains top 75 leaders and top 25 rising stars, referring to large established global firms and smaller, but fast-growing ones. Judging is based on 5 areas, such as size and growth, customer references, awards and certifications, programs for innovations and corporate social responsibility.  The whole list will be premiered in a special advertising section in Fortune © Magazine in June 2018.


“We are proud to be globally recognized among the highest rated companies in only 6 years of Innovecs existence. It highlights our commitment to providing excellent services to our clients. I’m sure that this recognition demonstrates our persistent effort in delivering of remarkable customer experience and states that we have chosen the right strategy for our business.”
Alex Lutskiy,
Innovecs co-founder and CEO

About IAOP®

IAOP is the association that brings together customers, providers, and advisors in a collaborative, knowledge-based environment that promotes professional and organizational development, recognition, certification and excellence to improve business service models and outcomes.

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Unity As a Weapon Against Evil: How Volunteering Helps Resist Russia’s Enemy Attack
Innovecs is a global company, we have two large offices in Ukraine located in Kyiv and Mykolayiv. On February 24, Ukrainians woke up to a new reality — a hostile Russian invasion shattered the plans and quiet lives of 45 million people. Instead of getting confused, the Ukrainians united in the name of victory. President Zelenskiy is now compared to King David of Israel, who skillfully dealt with the huge and ugly Goliath. A small country on a map is fighting a huge Russian army. National collective responsibility has been a powerful blow in response to Russia’s legend of a weak and divided Ukraine. Here everyone is either a soldier or a volunteer. Each of us has our own battlefront. Someone hospitably opens the door to migrants, makes dumplings for soldiers in the defense, someone donates to the army, and seeks options to buy bulletproof vests and medical kits for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Someone performs DDoS attacks on Russian sites and is waging an active war on the information front. Some advise and provide psychological assistance, some treat and organize humanitarian convoys free of charge. Innovecs, like hundreds of others, has joined the financial support of the army. We also organized additional fundraising for each team member who wanted to donate money to support the army. Of course, Innovecsers help not only with funding, but also volunteer. Today we will share some stories of our team members who chose their “battlefront” during the war with Russia.