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QuestSoft Named One of Orange County’s Best Workplaces

""QuestSoft Corp."":http://www.questsoft.com/contact_us.php, an automated mortgage compliance software provider, has been recognized as one of Orange County's top workplaces.


QuestSoft was one of 50 companies named in the ""_Orange County Register's_"":http://www.ocregister.com/?refresh=1717676865 list of the top small companies to work for, which was based on surveys conducted with more than 60,000 employees from more than 1,000 companies across Orange County. Employees ranked their companies in areas such as ongoing training, culture and atmo-


sphere, pay and benefits, and, for the time, social responsibility.

""With 18 years of experience in the mortgage industry, QuestSoft's main focus has been to provide outstanding service and support to all of our customers; but being named one of 2013's Best Places to Work by _The Orange County Register_ proves that our employees are just as satisfied as our customers,"" said QuestSoft president Leonard Ryan. ""This award confirms to me that when your goal is to provide value and service to your customers, it reflects on the entire workplace.""

According to ""statements collected"":http://www.topworkplaces.com/frontend.php/regional-list/company/ocregister/questsoft by Top Workplaces, QuestSoft's employees praise the company for its flexibility, close atmosphere, and its general direction.

""Work is personable and enjoyable at QuestSoft because of our shared commitment to customer service and management's attitudes toward an even work/life balance,"" said Jennifer Mathwig, integration specialist at QuestSoft. ""This year has been a year of innovation, expansion and satisfaction for QuestSoft, and this award solidifies the great leadership and energy every staff member brings to work each day.""

About Author: Tory Barringer

Tory Barringer began his journalism career in early 2011, working as a writer for the University of Texas at Arlington's student newspaper before joining the DS News team in 2012. In addition to contributing to DSNews.com, he is also the online editor for DS News' sister publication, MReport, which focuses on mortgage banking news.

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