The IBA CSR program says that in its daily operations the company is guided by the principles of ethical behavior, transparency, respect for the rule of law and international norms, and respect for human rights.

Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility, 2018

In 2018, IBA Group became a winner of the GSA Awards 2018 by the Global Sourcing Association and the Business Process Enabling South Africa (BPESA) in the category Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility.
The winning project entitled Personal and Professional Empowerment of Disabled People in Belarus continued the initiative of IBA Group to integrate people with disabilities in labor market through education and empowerment.

Top CSR Initiative of the Year, 2017

In 2017, CEE Business Media, a publisher of the Central and Eastern Europe Shared Services and Outsourcing Directory, announced the winners of the fifth CEE Shared Services and Outsourcing Awards. IBA Group and its project Promotion of IT in Belarus among People with Disabilities was selected the winner in the category Top CSR Initiative of the Year.

Award for Corporate Social Responsibility, 2016

In 2016, IBA Group received a Global Sourcing Association award in the category Award for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for the project entitled Promotion of IT among People with Disabilities, the first IT education project for disabled people in Belarus.


IBA Group became a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact in 2018. Joining this important initiative, we pledged our commitment to the UN Global Compact (UNGC) and its Ten Principles. In this Report, we show what we did in 2020 to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).



  • Free medical care at the corporate medical aid station and periodic health examination
  • Discounted recreation/fitness center membership
  • Discounted treatment and boarding at recreation institutions
  • Discounted voluntary health insurance
  • Free vaccination against flu
  • Social allowances to mark person’s important events (marriage, child birth, maternity leave or death of close relatives).
  • Discounted summer camp vouchers for the IBA employees’ children
  • Sports (sport circles, in–company, city and country championships)
  • Tourism (walking tours, camping trips, tourist festivals and excursions)
  • Corporate celebrations (company anniversaries and employee birthdays)
  • Interest-free loans
  • Business cars.

IBA employees receive training at IBA Institute (former IBA Training Center) and training centers of world IT leaders, including IBM (US, Germany, Great Britain, Slovenia, and Russia), HP, SAP, SAS, Microsoft, Novell, Check Point, PTC, and 1C.

IBA Institute offers classes in IT, business, and foreign (English, German, French, and Chinese) languages. As IBA Institute has a Thompson Prometric–authorized testing center, our employees are able to take certification tests in different programs, including about 70 in the IT area (Microsoft, Novell, Cisco, Oracle, SAP, Symantec, and IBM). Roughly, 25% of IBA employees have received training at the educational centers of global IT providers.

IBA Group is dedicated to developing, rewarding, and promoting top talent. In addition to salaries, bonuses, and trainings at leading IT companies, IBA has an electronic Honor Board and publicizes clients’ letters of thanks to individual employees in its intranet. Being a company of varying age groups, IBA conducted a restructuring that resulted in the appointment of more young talented people to leading positions.

Through the bulletin board, IBA employees raised money for children who needed to go abroad for operations, collected signatures to protest against the killing of homeless dogs and cats by local authorities, and found families for abandoned puppies and kittens.

IT Education

Since 2004 IBA has been the General sponsor of BSU and BSUIR student teams participating in the International Student Programming Competition “ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest”.

Since 2010 IBA has been the main sponsor of the BSUIR team at the International Student Programming Competition.

In 2012, the teams of BSU and BSUIR won silver and bronze medals.

Participants: BSU, BSUIR, GSU (Gomel), Charles University (Prague), Czech technical University (Prague), Prague University of Economics, Masaryk University (Brno), University of Western Bohemia (Pilsen)

In 1999, the first IBA-BSU laboratory New Information Technologies was established. The BSU students received the possibility to develop applications for education purposes. In 2001, IBA equipped a computer class for BSU students. This facility has been constantly updated. In 2002, a joint research laboratory intended for research with participation of students, post-graduates, and teachers was set up in the BSU.

In 2008, IBA Group and the Faculty of Computer Systems and Networks of BSUIR opened two joint IT laboratories equipped with 19 and 24 up-to-date workstations. The laboratories are intended for specialized training. In 2011, IBA upgraded one of the joint IBA-BSUIR laboratories and created the Academic Center of IBM Competences. In September 2011, IBA opened one more IT laboratory at the Faculty of the Information Technology and Control.

In 2011, IBA and BSU opened an IT Competence Center aimed at raising the level of IT education at the Belarusian State University. Providing education in state-of-the-art IT technologies for the BSU lecturers and students, the IT Competence Center contributes to the implementation of the following programs:

  1. IBM university programs, including IBM Academic Initiative launched in BSU
  2. Microsoft Education Program that includes numerous courses in innovation in the education process (IT Academy, Innovation Centers, MLG, MDAA, E-Learning), licensing programs for lecturers and students (CASA, MSDN Academic Alliance, Faculty Connection), and support for students and young specialists at contests and conferences (Imagine Cup, Microsoft technologies in programming theory and practice)
  3. Education programs using the SAP landscape, deployed at the IBA servers. Teachers are certified in SAP Certified — Associate Business Foundation & Integration with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5
  4. Education programs for lecturers and students in information technologies to meet the IBA demands in human resources.

IBA conducts practical training in IT areas that are on demand in IBA. Students are selected based on interviews. The groups are formed of BSU and BSUIR students and graduates who would like to work in IBA. The curriculum includes practical implementation of student projects. After graduation, the students are assigned to work in real IBA projects. The main areas for the students’ practical training at IBA include:

  1. IBM System z
  2. SAP
  3. E-business
  4. Methodology and technologies of software development.

IBA CZ cooperates with the following universities:

  1. Charles University in Prague
  2. Czech Technical University in Prague (Faculty of Electrical Engineering)
  3. Prague University of Economics (Faculty of Informatics and Statistics)
  4. Masaryk University (Faculty of Informatics)
    University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Faculty of Applied Sciences)

Areas of Cooperation

  1. Organization of internships for students and graduates
  2. Participation in global learning environment
  3. Organization of presentations and workshops for students, and participation in job fairs and career days
  4. Training in software engineering
  5. Supervision and tutoring of bachelor, master, and dissertation theses, and provision of reviews and critiques
  6. Participation in technical lectures, including those related to the most up-to-date software development technologies.

Community Relations

IBA Group strives to contribute to the sustainable development of the communities in which it operates, improving the quality and well–being of these communities. This provides a source of pride in the company for our employees and a focus for their involvement in community life.

IBA provides support on a regular basis to a local social pedagogical center, an orphanage, the Belarusian Association of Visually Handicapped, the Belarusian Children’s Hospice, the Social Service Center, and the Center for Extracurricular Activity in Minsk.

IBA participated in a charity action within the program Rejoice at Life carried out by the Belarusian Charitable Foundation To Chernobyl Children. The idea of the program was to involve handicapped children in versatile spheres of life. We hope that the computers donated by our company within this program will provide new education opportunities to children with disabilities.

IBA Group received a letter of thanks from the Belarusian Children’s Hospice, a registered charity providing palliative, respite, end-of-life and bereavement care to life-limited children and young adults, and their families. IBA Group employees created a mobile application Hospice Project – Volunteer Driver within the Charity Engineering Hackathon. In addition, IBA Group provided support in the organization of a family festival at the Hospice’s summer center Aist.

IBA Group organized a New Year 2019 celebration event at the Belarusian Children’s Hospice, which included an entertainment program, as well as gifts and sweet treats for children.

IBA Web Design Studio cooperates with the Belarusian charitable foundation Touch a Life. IBA developed a website for the foundation for free, and set up and configured EasyPay, the Belarusian e-payment system, to receive donations via internet.

Other IBA’s charity actions include gifts to World War 2 veterans and New Year presents to children of the Minsk Orphan Asylum #3, the Minsk Orphanage #4, the Orphan Asylum# 3 of the Myadel Region, the Social Pedagogical Centers of Minsk’s Soviet District and the Logoysk Region, and the school for retarded children of the Pinsk Region.

Green IT

Green IT is of high importance to IBA. The IBA development centers are located in the countries that are not rich in natural resources and therefore we strive to use electric power and other resources efficiently.

The IBA Green IT CSR section includes the following activities:

  1. Acquire only the equipment that we really need
  2. Limit the use of paper (workflow automation and common printers for several floors)
  3. Use power management tools for monitors and hard discs
  4. Use efficiently the existing equipment
  5. Replace outdated equipment with new and more effective on schedule
  6. Introduce new generation technologies.


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