NIX Solutions Honorary President Igor Braginsky, Ph.D. is Leaving the Company

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NIX Solutions Honorary President Igor Braginsky, Ph.D. is Leaving the Company


NIX Solutions' Honorary President Igor Braginsky, Ph.D. announced that he is leaving the company in November 2018 to pursue other entrepreneurial opportunities.

Braginsky is a pioneering Ukrainian entrepreneur in the custom software development domain. He founded his software business in the 1990s and spent several years expanding it from a humble garage as a startup into an IT powerhouse.

After setting up a strong management team for NIX, Braginsky stepped back from day-to-day operational activities. For the past 5 years, he had been focusing exclusively on projects beyond the company's strategic purview while remaining its "Honorary President".

A lifelong learner, he seized every opportunity to further his education. In 2013, he earned his Ph.D. in Software Development Quality Processes at the Kharkiv State Polytechnic University. In 2014, he completed the Advanced Management Program in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Senior Executive Program in Stanford University Graduate School of Business a year later.

In the past few years, Braginsky has been focusing on social activities in Ukraine, improving the business climate and working on solutions for the educational system. In 2017, he joined the Kharkiv IT Cluster and Kharkiv Polytechnic University Supervisory Boards. This year, he became a member of the Emerging Europe Alliance Steering Group. He is passionate about improving the image of Ukraine and Kharkiv as a reliable business destination. He proudly represented the country at recent Emerging Europe: Outlook on Ukraine, the Israeli-Ukrainian Innovation Expo 2018 and other international events meant to strengthen the connection between Ukraine and the global markets.

After leaving NIX Solutions, Braginsky is expected to work on new innovative projects. With that said. he hasn't yet given any comments (in public) with regards to his future plans.

This article was first published at International Technology. This is a revised version