Governor’s ImPAct Award Recognizes Autosoft

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Autosoft Inc., a developer and supporter of software used by 2,000 automobile dealerships across the United States, has received a Pennsylvania aGovernor’s ImPAct award in the Jobs That Pay category, its CEO, Bryce Veon, announced Tuesday.

The awards, presented by Team Pennsylvania Foundation President Laura Williams, went to 50 businesses in five categories across 10 regions in the Keystone State. Autosoft won the award for the Northwest Region in Jobs That Pay, recognition of “excellence in and commitment to consistent job growth and retention over the past two years,” Williams said.

“We are dedicated to investing in our people,” Veon responded in a prepared statement. “That’s the key to our success. We choose and retain the very best talent in the region.”

This is the second award to Autosoft by Team Pennsylvania Foundation. The foundation, created in 1997, previously named Autosoft a Best Place to Work in its region. Autosoft was founded a quarter century ago.

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