Copyright 2016 The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.

Chalked images of Sesame Street characters are scrawled on one of the large walls, and a painted image of the DeLorean automobile made famous in the 1985 film “Back to the Future” adorns an area just off a separate corridor. There is a room dubbed “The Batcave,” a foosball set in the garage area, and another room filled with an assortment of baseballs, tennis rackets and other sports equipment.

Indeed, were it not for the “fun cart” – a cart filled with snacks and some adult beverages for people to imbibe that makes its rounds every Friday – you’d think you’d entered a giant play area for kids.

But for those who work at Autosoft Inc., it’s just another day at the office.

“We wanted to make it more fun and creative,” says the president and CEO, Bryce Veon. “That’s good for product development in general.”

Read more of the Business Journal Daily article here.

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