Technology for Good


SoftServe Inc.: Open Tech crowdsourcing platform to support Ukraine

As SoftServe is a global IT company with Ukrainian roots. We have a strong capability and profound knowledge and skills to drive positive change through technology. At SoftServe, we care not only about our people, but also about the world around us.

Open Tech charity crowdsourcing platform is a visual embodiment of SoftServe’s corporate culture. It was introduced in March 2021 and developed by SoftServe associates to support various social initiatives, non-profit and governmental institutions, and find solutions for socially meaningful causes.

As of the date:
30 projects were successfully completed
27 projects are in active phase
590 associates contributed


DelAgua: Live Well: Transforming lives and nature at scale in sub Saharan Africa

DelAgua’s Live Well programme operates in Rwanda, The Gambia and Sierra Leone and has distributed 1.6 million stoves with integrated education, free of charge, impacting 7 million lives. It focuses exclusively on the rural poor for whom an improved cookstove is unaffordable. Innovative application of technology drives the programme’s success. It manages the complexity of distributing hundreds of thousands of stoves to remote rural communities efficiently, enables accurate tracking of stove location and usage and collects data essential to the integrity of the carbon credits generated which fund the programme. This builds investor confidence, key to long term growth.


SkedGo & Feonix: A Roadmap to Transport Equity: Improving Quality of Life Through MaaS Technology

SkedGo’s Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) technology has enabled non-profit Feonix – Mobility Rising to radically improve quality of life for vulnerable and underserved communities, by providing fair and equal access to transportation. The new apps, with integrated customer service and access to trained staff, serving their respective US states, save paratransit users and their caregivers hundreds of hours a year booking and managing rides. These highly customised and accessible solutions are believed to be the first of their kind in the US, with the potential to completely reshape paratransit services for communities both at home and globally.


GoCodeGreen: Decarbonizing the digital world in which we all live

In a world, where so many products and services are delivered digitally, GoCodeGreen has built a decisioning platform to calculate the carbon emissions related to software production and operation. We’ve taken the GHG Protocol ICT Sector Guidance and codified it. Our aim is to decarbonise digital. Our potential market is every software product in the world. We have already worked across 20 organisations and the actions identified could have reduced the total carbon impact by 53%, the equivalent of not using 22m kWh energy or leaving 9,000 tonnes of fossil fuels in the ground.