10 Apr Doyle announces $231K in tax credits for software firm
Platteville, Wis. – Gov. Jim Doyle has announced that AVISTA, Inc., a Platteville-based software engineering company, will receive $231,000 in Community Development Zone tax credits for an expansion project.
AVISTA provides safety and other mission-critical software engineering services to aerospace and defense customers. The company will use the funds to expand its professional services office space, which will be leased from the Platteville Business Incubator.
The project is expected to create 36 jobs and retain 118 jobs.
Community Development Zone tax credits are provided by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. For more information, visit the commerce website.
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